Joey Mott practices primarily in the areas of insurance bad faith, commercial litigation, and employment litigation, representing clients ranging from individual insureds to multi-national corporations. He has extensive experience handling life, health, disability, property, and casualty claims on behalf of insureds. Joey also regularly represents businesses in commercial litigation matters and employees in employment litigation matters.
A fourth generation Nevadan, Joey has deep and extensive ties to the state, and completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in accounting. He then studied law at the William S. Boyd School of Law where he was on the editorial board of the Nevada Law Journal. During his time at Boyd, Joey externed for the Honorable Bruce A. Markell, Federal Bankruptcy Judge for the District of Nevada.
Joey started his legal career at the Law Offices of Steven J. Parsons, where he successfully represented hundreds of clients and recovered millions of dollars for them in payments and benefits from insurers. He also regularly represented small businesses on contract, collections, and employment matters. Joey also has considerable experience litigating class action cases and is presently co-counsel on several class actions, including, most prominently, a nationally certified class action against Circle K stores on behalf of store managers. Joey has lectured at several continuing legal education seminars and regularly mentors other lawyers regarding litigating insurance disputes.
When not working, Joey enjoys spending time with his wife, son, and two young daughters. If he is not playing soccer or video games with his son, he is likely having a tea party or dancing with his daughters. Joey is an avid sports fan and outdoorsman and enjoys playing soccer, coaching baseball, and spending time hiking and camping.
Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals