I am not in Nevada, but have lived/worked in multiple states. In my experience, the best place to find this information is on your state's website. They should have either a link to the state's Department of Insurance or a search engine to find it. Some insurance companies may say they don't have to follow the guideline because they aren't physically located in that state; however, if they do business there, they have to follow guidelines, because they have to get a license to be "sold" in that state. Most states have either a 30 or 45 day rule; and it applies to "clean" claims.
Hope this helps,
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