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Under NV law, diminished value is a damage that you can sue for. The statute of limitations to file suit is 3 years for property damage. Presuming that you did not sign a Release of all Claims and waive any further claim for damages or personal injury then you may present your claim for diminished value to the insurance company for the at fault party.
Under NV law, the amount that you can collect is based on the following: If the repairs will not fully restore the value of the property, then amount paid to the claimant is the difference between pre-loss fair market value and post-repair fair market value, plus the costs of repairs. This is actually set out in a Nevada Jury Instruction, and states the law in NV.
You can recover the maximum of what you can prove in accordance with the NV law: The difference between pre-loss fair market value and post-repair fair market value, plus the costs of repairs
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