Anne E. Padgett
8337 W. Sunset Road, Suite 350
Las Vegas, NV 89113
(702) 949-1100 main
(702) 949-1101 fax
E-MAIL: Click Here
Juris Doctor, 1994
Lewis & Clark Law School
Bachelor of Science, Business Administration, 1988
California State University, Sacramento Concentrating in Management and Human Resources Management
Concentrating in General Insurance Defense and Insurance Coverage Litigation with emphasis in Automobile Liability, Premises Liability, Construction Defect, Personal Injury, Product Liability, Defense of Bad Faith Claims Against Insurers, Litigation and Cargo Claims, Asbestos Litigation, and Construction Litigation.
Ms. Padgett is admitted to practice before all state and federal courts in the State of Nevada. She is also licensed to practice in the States of Oregon and Arkansas. She joined the Las Vegas office of McCormick, Barstow, Sheppard, Wayte & Carruth LLP in June, 2005. Ms. Padgett has practiced insurance defense, including automobile liability, premises liability, products liability and construction defect litigation, in the Las Vegas area since October, 1998. In her practice, she has defended private individuals and clients from a wide range of industries, including large corporate entities and small businesses. She has defended interstate motor carriers and household goods shippers against personal injury claims and cargo claims. Ms. Padgett has represented insurers in uninsured motorist and bad faith litigation. Ms. Padgett is admitted to practice law before all Nevada, Oregon, and Arkansas state courts as well as the U.S. District Court, District of Nevada.
Ms. Padgett is a member of the Nevada State Bar, Oregon State Bar, Arkansas Bar Association, American Bar Association, Defense Research Institute, Clark County Bar Association and Phi Delta Phi.
Lecturer and Co-Author
"The Private Right of Action Under 49 U.S.C. 14704: A New Theory of Recovery for Personal Injury Plaintiffs?", Fall 2004, The Brief, Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Ms. Padgett has also lectured on the Carmack Amendment and limiting liability on shipments of household goods. Section of the American Bar Association.