How To Sue Heinz – And Win

How to Sue Heinz — And Win! The Kraft Heinz Company is an American food company that is the third-largest food and beverage company in North America, with the fifth-largest annual earnings in the world. It owns over 20 brands in addition to its own, each having a total of $1 billion in sales individually. […]

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File An American Express Lawsuit – And Win

File An American Express Lawsuit — And Win American Express Company is a multinational financial services corporation. It’s the 23rd most valuable brand in the world and worths almost US $30 billion. Fortune magazine also ranked American Express at number 9 on its Fortune 100 list of Top Companies to Work For based on employee […]

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Suing FedEx – And Winning

Suing FedEx – And Winning FedEx, formerly Federal Express, is an American multinational delivery services company headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee. FedEx ranks No. 50 in Forbes’ Fortune 500 list of the largest American corporations by total revenue, earning over US$1.286 billion annually. Controversially, FedEx is one of the largest campaign contributors in the United States, […]

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How To Sue An Insurance Company For Bad Faith

How To Sue An Insurance Company For Bad Faith Insurance companies are set up to mitigate your risks, not compound them. Whenever they leave you feeling distrust, they may have acted in bad faith and it is within your right to question their actions and seek legal recourse against them. This article will show you […]

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How To File A Lawsuit Against Home Depot

How to File a Lawsuit Against Home Depot The Home Depot operates numerous big-box retailers across the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Home Depot stores are huge, averaging 105,000 ft in size, and are typically organized warehouse-style, with a large range of supplies. In addition to this, Home Depot has over 90 distribution centers that […]

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Coca-Cola Lawsuit: All You Need To Know

How to File a Lawsuit Against Coca-Cola — And Win! The Coca-Cola Company is a carbonated soft drink enterprise headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. Coca-Cola is worth almost 37.3 billion US dollars, selling beverage products in more than 200 countries, accounting for 50 billion beverage sales. Unfortunately, everything has not always been ‘sweet’ for the corporation, […]

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Suing For Emotional Distress Caused By Adultery

Suing for Emotional Distress Due to Adultery It can be emotionally ruinous to discover that your spouse has committed an adulterous act. For some people, it may result in emotional distress that causes depression, anxiety, and other mental health problems. The emotional trauma can last for years and some people continue to experience severe insomnia […]

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Suing Your Employer For Hostile Work Environment

Steps To Suing Your Employer for Hostile Work Environment The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) defines a hostile work environment as one that intimidates employees with “unwelcome conduct that is based on race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age (40 or older), disability or genetic information.” Every employee is legally entitled to work […]

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Johnson and Johnson Lawsuit – Explained

Sue Johnson and Johnson  Johnson and Johnson is one of the world’s largest pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and CPG companies. J&J generates around $82 billion annually, with its top products including Tylenol, Stelara, Invega, and other pharmaceuticals. In addition to medication, Johnson and Johnson sells well-known baby and personal care products, including its infamous talc powder. […]

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Sue Walmart — And Win!

Sue Walmart — And Win! Walmart Inc. is a multinational American retail corporation that operates hypermarkets, discount department stores, and grocery stores with over 10,000 locations in 24 countries. It is one of the largest employers in the world, with over 2.2 million employees. Although Walmart is extremely successful, the unfortunate reality is that Walmart has […]

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Suing An LLC With No Assets

A Guide To Suing An LLC With No Assets In the United States, a limited liability company (LLC) is a legal entity whereby the owners are not personally liable for the business’s debts. Although the liability shield protects passive investors of the company and encourages investment, what happens when an LLC causes someone damages but […]

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All You Need to Know About AT&T Lawsuits

Everything You Need to Know About AT&T Lawsuits In 2012, Matt Spaccarelli won an $850 small claims lawsuit against AT&T for throttling his “unlimited” data subscription after only 2.00GB of use. Winning a small claims lawsuit against AT&T is possible if you understand the process and have sufficient evidence to support your claim. This article […]

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Suing Child Protective Services

Suing Child Protective Services and Winning Child Protective Services (CPS) are government agencies responsible for protecting children from abuse, neglect, and more.  However, CPS workers may violate the parents’ rights or invade their privacy. For example, this can happen when untrained CPS workers investigate a case without complying with government regulations.  In this article, we […]

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How to File a Lawsuit Against Toys R Us

How to File a Lawsuit Against Toys R Us Toys R Us is one of the largest toy store chains that earned its fame for having a large supply of toys in huge warehouses. Products are often stacked high on each other, making Toys R Us susceptible to accidents and/or falling toys.  Toys R Us […]

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How to File a Lawsuit Against JP Morgan

How to File a Lawsuit Against JP Morgan JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPMorgan) is a mortgage, investing, and credit card provider that serves millions of people around the United States. It is also a member of the “Big Four” banks of America, considered to be systemically important.  The bank is not far detached from controversy, […]

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Guide to Suing a Home Inspector

Suing a Home Inspector for Negligence Before buying a property, a home inspection is a necessary procedure because it helps pinpoint issues such as structural damage, mold or water damage, and more. The home inspector’s duty is crucial because it influences the potential buyer’s decision before closing the sale. Therefore, if a home inspector makes […]

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How To Sue Aquila

How To Sue Aquila – And Win Aquila is a company that invests in B2B/B2G software companies. It is parented by Constellation Software Inc, with a heavy reach across North America, Europe, and Asia.  According to Aquila’s philosophy, the company grows sustainable businesses. This is debatable, as Aquila has made a name for itself by […]

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How To Sue Navient in Small Claims Court

How To Sue Navient In Small Claims Court Have you lost money while servicing your student loans with Navient or received a bad credit score because of Navient’s carelessness? You’re not the only one. Since 2017, there have been many class action lawsuits and individual charges against the massive student loan provider. If you have […]

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All You Need to Know About Delta Airlines Lawsuits

All You Need to Know About Delta Airlines Lawsuits Delta airlines is the world’s second-largest airline, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. It operates over 5,400 flights daily and serves 352 destinations in 52 countries, spanning six continents.  Everything hasn’t always been sunny for Delta; Delta has also been referred to as the “least respected brand in […]

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Suing for Parental Alienation: A Complete Guide

Suing for Parental Alienation: A Complete Guide Family law defines parental alienation, or malicious parent syndrome, as any words spoken or behavior displayed by one parent to intentionally destroy the relationship between the child and the other parent.  Parental alienation is a deceptive form of child abuse. In this article, we will help victimized parents […]

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Suing Neighbor for Loss of Property Value – And Winning

Suing a Neighbor for Loss of Property Value – And Winning Even if your property is in perfect condition, your neighbor’s actions can undermine the market value of your property. Depending on the severity of the issue, you may have a legal case based on nuisance laws.  In this article, we will define the ways […]

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Suing a Nursing Home for Negligence

Suing a Nursing Home for Negligence According to the National Council on Aging, up to 5 million elder Americans are abused every year. When nursing homes fail to provide an acceptable standard of care to their residents, you may hold the facilities legally and financially accountable.  In this article, we will discuss reasons for suing […]

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Suing For Discrimination

Suing For Discrimination in Small Claims Court Have you ever been discriminated against? If you have, take steps to make sure it never happens again, especially if this happened in the workplace, an academic institution, or at a business. Read this article to see how you can sue for discrimination in small claims court and […]

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How to Sue Someone for Property Damage and Win

How to Sue Someone for Property Damage and Win Did someone damage your property? The person responsible for the damage should also be responsible for repairs and/or compensation. However, if they fail to compensate, you are legally entitled to take legal action against them.  If your claim for damages is below $10,000, it is recommended […]

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How To Sue Nike — And Win!

How To Sue Nike — And Win! Nike is a design, manufacturing, and marketing multinational corporation that produces footwear, apparel, equipment, and accessories. As with any multinational corporation, Nike has experienced its share of lawsuits — and has filed lawsuits itself. In a famous lawsuit, Nike alleged that a Brooklyn-based shoe company called MSCHF modified […]

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How to Sue Debt Collectors for FDCPA Violations

How to Sue Debt Collectors for FDCPA Violations The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (1978) prohibits debt collectors from using abusive practices to recoup the money. Debt collectors are third-party entities such as collection agencies, investment firms, and lawyers. Note that authorized representatives of the debt issuing company do not classify as third-party debt collectors. […]

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Counter Suing for Frivolous Lawsuit and Winning

Counter Suing for Frivolous Lawsuit and Winning Being sued is already bad in and of itself. But to make matters worse, the specifics of the complaint are outright lies with no legal merit. These are called frivolous lawsuits —  aimed at hurting your reputation and causing people to lose trust in you and your business. […]

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Suing the Government and Winning

Suing the Government and Winning Were you involved in a traffic accident with a post office employee? Were you injured in medical malpractice by a Veterans Administration practitioner? These are among a wide range of reasons to sue the government for negligence.  If you would like to file a claim against the government, your best […]

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Suing a Trustee of a Trust – And Winning

Suing a Trustee of a Trust – And Winning Is the trustee of your trust not properly investing, inefficiently administering the assets, or blatantly stealing from the trust. Most often, the loss and damages made by the trustee can be less apparent. Nonetheless, as a beneficiary, you have different legal rights that allow you to take […]

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Suing an Executor of an Estate the Easy Way

Suing an Executor of an Estate the Easy Way An executor of an estate is an individual appointed to administer a person’s estate upon their death. Although most estate executors carry out their obligations and treat all beneficiaries fairly, this is not always the case. Some executors show bias towards one beneficiary or prioritize their […]

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Suing an Uninsured Driver for Damages

Suing an Uninsured Driver for Damages As a responsible car owner, you made sure your vehicle has insurance. So that when an accident happens, you have peace of mind knowing you have insurance to fall back on. However, there are approximately 32 million uninsured drivers in the United States.  What should you do if you […]

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How Long Do You Have To Sue Someone?

How Long Do You Have To Sue Someone?  Every lawsuit is different and the limitations that exist on certain forms of lawsuits vary. However, the most important thing is clear; regardless of your state, it is critical to file a lawsuit on time.  It is also important to note that certain lawsuits interact with time […]

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Suing the Federal Government for Constitutional Violations

Suing the Federal Government for Constitutional Violations: Explained The doctrine of sovereign immunity doesn’t allow one to sue a government entity without its consent. Thus, it is more complicated to file a lawsuit against a federal government agency for damages than suing a private individual or business entity.  Nonetheless, suing the federal government for constitutional […]

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Suing Someone With No Money

Suing Someone With No Money Have you ever wondered if you could sue someone who is penniless? Yes, you can. If the defendant is proven guilty in court, you have the right to pursue your judgment claims.  This article will show you how to use DoNotPay to sue someone with no money, win your case […]

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Suing A Neighbor For Noise The Easy Way

Suing A Neighbor For Noise The Easy Way Noise pollution in your neighborhood is a violation of your right to quiet enjoyment of your property. Whether it is a leaking tap, blasting music, barking dogs, or a noisy mower; if the noise is from a neighbor and all complaints have proven abortive, you should pursue […]

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How to Sue Cisco — And Win!

How To Sue Cisco — And Win! Cisco Systems is an American technology conglomerate that develops, manufactures, and sells networking hardware, software, telecommunications equipment, and other technological services. The main purpose of Cisco is to build, accelerate and unify computing.   Cisco does not have a clean track record when it comes to patent, racial discrimination, […]

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File a Lawsuit Against Intel

File a Lawsuit Against Intel — And Win! Intel is a company that develops, manufactures, and sells computer software and related technological services. Although it is extremely successful and apparently secure, this has not always been the case. In fact, Intel is constantly faced with lawsuits (and often sues themselves) for data, secrets, and other […]

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How To Sue A Doctor For Pain and Suffering

How To Sue A Doctor For Pain and Suffering “Pain and suffering” refers to the physical and emotional injuries a victim sustains. In medical malpractice cases, pain and suffering are injuries that are a result of a medical practitioner’s negligence. If you’ve been injured by someone’s negligence, you should seek compensation in the form of […]

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Suing for False Advertisement in Small Claims Court

Suing for False Advertisement in Small Claims Court Advertisement helps businesses promote products and consumers make smart shopping decisions. Equally, false advertising can be detrimental to consumers and businesses alike. Fortunately, the majority of U.S. states regulate advertising – consumers are legally entitled to file lawsuits against companies for misleading ads.  In this article, we will […]

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Suing for Pain and Suffering After A Car Accident

After a Car Accident: Suing for Pain and Suffering Victims of car accidents may suffer different kinds of losses that they can recover from the at-fault driver. Some of these losses are tangible and easily calculated such as lost wages and medical bills. However, there is another type of loss that is not economic and […]

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How to Sue a Dentist: A Complete Guide

How to Sue a Dentist: A Complete Guide Dentists are required to uphold a professional standard of care when looking after their patients. This includes their legal duty to focus on whatever procedure they are performing at all times and double-checking that they are within the extent of the consent of their practice. So what […]

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Suing A Car Dealership For Breach of Contract

Suing A Car Dealership for Breach of Contract: Explained When buying a car from a dealer, you expect to receive the car in the condition as advertised. If your car dealership fails to follow the terms and conditions of your contract, you may sue for breach of contract.  In this article, we will explore what […]

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How to Sue A Judge — And Win!

How to Sue A Judge — And Win! Judges are just as human as we are and are not immune to bias, mistakes, and even intentional miscarriages of justice. Judicial misconduct occurs when a judge acts in an unethical manner, violating their obligations of impartial conduct. To clarify, impartial conduct is the ability to make […]

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Sue for False Accusations – And Win

Sue for False Accusations – And Win False accusations can be devastating for your personal and professional reputation. This article will discuss the types of unfounded claims, how to file lawsuits against them and the hassle-free way to sue anyone with DoNotPay! Types of False Accusations False allegations, sometimes referred to as defamation, can exist […]

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Sue the Post Office for Harassment

Sue the Post Office for Harassment Have you ever faced harassment at a post office? Most post offices have an anti-harassment policy that prohibits harassment in the workplace. All forms of harassment violate civil rights laws like the American Disabilities Act (1990) and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (1967).  If you are employed by […]

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Suing for Breach of Contract and Winning

Suing for Breach of Contract and Winning A contract is an agreement between two or more parties that is legally binding. A breach of contract occurs when its terms and conditions are violated.  If your contract is not being honored, you are legally entitled to sue for compensation. This article will discuss different types of […]

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How to Sue Home Sellers For Misrepresentation

How to Sue Home Sellers For Misrepresentation  Misrepresentation refers to a claim used to compensate buyers for sellers’ lies or misinformation. Homebuyers are particularly vulnerable to such moral hazards as seller misrepresentation.  If you just bought a property with major defects that were not disclosed to you pre-purchase, you can take legal action against the […]

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How to Sue a School District for Discrimination

How to Sue a School District for Discrimination In the United States, laws against discrimination have been in place for over 50 years. Nevertheless, acts of discrimination are still prevalent. Discrimination occurs when someone is treated poorly and unfairly on the basis of: Age Race Gender Sexual Orientation Religion Disability If you believe you’ve been […]

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Suing for Emotional Distress – And Winning

Suing for Emotional Distress – And Winning When an incident happens, the victim will most likely sue for physical injuries. But did you know that you can also sue for emotional distress?  Compared to physical injuries, emotional distress may be challenging to prove. Nonetheless, suing someone for emotional distress will allow you to recover damages.  […]

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A Guide to Suing Someone Who Moved Out of State

Suing Someone Who Moved Out of State State courts, including small claims courts, can only litigate cases where the individuals involved are residing or are present in a specific state. However, sometimes the individual or business you want to sue may have moved to a different state or is located far from you.  Nonetheless, some […]

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Reasons and Steps of Suing Your Employer

Why and How to Sue Your Employer  You’ve found a new job that you liked. However, one of your co-workers or your supervisor is making it difficult for you. You filed an HR complaint but it fell on deaf ears. You now have legal grounds for suing your employer because of negligence – just one […]

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Suing Walmart in Small Claims Court

Suing Walmart in Small Claims Court While a vast majority of Walmart shoppers shop with ease, some experience injuries of various severity. If you are thinking of suing Walmart, you’ll need to be prepared and know what to expect legal wise. This article will guide you when going up against giant corporations like Walmart. If […]

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How to Sue for Medical Malpractice and Win

How to Sue for Medical Malpractice and Win Over 250,000 people die a year because of medical mistakes, indicating that medical malpractice is one of the three greatest causes of death in the United States.  Malpractice can be as simple as a failure to provide a fast diagnosis for a treatable complication of an illness, […]

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How to Sue Fortnite — And Win!

How to Sue Fortnite — And Win!  With over 125 million users worldwide, Fortnite Battle Royale is successful because it is absolutely free and cross-platform; users can access it from a variety of applications and compete against players using different technology. Furthermore, games like Fortnite play a large role in propelling the multi-million dollar E-Gaming […]

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How to Successfully Sue Facebook

How to Successfully Sue Facebook  Technology and social media connect us socially, professionally, and communally. Facebook specifically is committed to “advancing a range of new technologies in order to give people the power to build community and bring the world closer” — indicating that the company admits to utilizing smart technology to further its technological […]

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How to Sue in Small Claims Court

How to Sue in Small Claims Court Filing a lawsuit in small claims seems intimidating but the best way to prepare is to arm yourself with legal knowledge. In this article, we will go through the procedure of suing in small claims court and how DoNotPay can help.  When is Small Claims Court the Answer? […]

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Sue a Lawyer and Win

Sue a Lawyer and Win You hired an attorney because you needed legal advice. But what happens if the legal expert you hired is actually bringing you more legal trouble than you already have? Should you sue your lawyer for malpractice? In this article, we’ll guide you through the hurdles you will face and the […]

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How To Sue A Company Without A Lawyer

How To Sue A Company Without a Lawyer When you’ve been wronged in any way, an instinct is to want to defend yourself. Unfortunately, with the rise of Corporate America, consumers are experiencing mistakes at an increased level — leading to an increase in small claims suits against companies.  Many people choose to sue using […]

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The Best Guide to Sue for False Restraining Order

The Best Guide To Sue For False Restraining Order Nathan received a false restraining order from his ex-wife, Jessica, who claimed that he had abused their children. Then, Nathan challenged the order in court, and Jessica’s claims were found baseless. As a result, Nathan was awarded custody of his children, and Jessica was fined for […]

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A Guide to Suing for Pain and Suffering

A Guide To Suing for Pain and Suffering A reckless car accident almost claimed the lives of Mary,  her mother-in-law, and her unborn baby. Due to the accident, she lost a $500 photography job and spent an extra $3,700 on medical bills. Mary and her husband sued the at-fault driver for pain and suffering, otherwise […]

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Suing Insurance Companies in Small Claims Court

Suing Insurance Companies in Small Claims Court and Winning All of us buy insurance to protect ourselves and our properties. But what happens when the insurance company does not act as promised?  You have the right to sue your insurance company if they break or fail to follow the conditions outlined in the policy. This […]

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Your Guide to Suing for a Dog Bite in Small Claims Court

Your Guide to Suing for a Dog Bite in Small Claims Court Dog bites are more common than people think. The Center For Disease Control (CDC) estimates that 1 in 73 Americans were bitten by a dog in 2019, and 1 in 5 people bitten required medical care.  Although state laws vary throughout the U.S., […]

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Who is Suing Donald Trump?

Who is Suing Donald Trump? Former President Donald Trump is no stranger to criminal and civil lawsuits. But the question is, how long will he remain elusive to legal liabilities and accountabilities? Over the years, there have been several persons, entities, and government agencies suing Trump. Whether they have made a dent on the former […]

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How to Sue For Slander on Facebook and Win

How to Sue For Slander on Facebook and Win Facebook is an interactive network that allows information sharing through connecting individuals with similar political, economic, and geographic boundaries. Although Facebook is useful in connecting people across continents, it has its downsides.  Unfortunately, cyberbullying is common in today’s age of social media and technology. With the […]

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How to Sue a Police Department and Win

How to Sue a Police Department and Win If you’ve had a negative experience with the police, you’re probably wondering whether or not you can take legal action against them. Even though taking a police department to small claims court can be daunting, it is possible to win. Even with laws like qualified immunity shielding police […]

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Suing a Hospital for Malpractice or Negligence

Suing a Hospital for Malpractice or Negligence If you’ve thought about suing a hospital for malpractice or negligence, you’re not alone. Considering that patients and their loved ones go to hospitals to get care they would not otherwise get, it’s often very staggering when the hospital becomes the cause of further injury or even death. […]

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Suing a Creditor for Incorrect Reporting and Winning

Suing a Creditor for Incorrect Reporting and Winning A credit report is a statement of how well you manage credit. Errors in your credit report can undermine your credibility and give lenders the wrong impression. For example, financial institutions may reject your mortgage application, landlords may refuse to rent to you, and phone companies may […]

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Sue a University in Small Claims Court

Your Guide to Suing a University in Small Claims Court Universities and colleges have obligations towards their students either by law or by contract. If these obligations are violated, students (or applicants) have the right to file a complaint against the university. However, before suing a university in small claims court, the student would have to […]

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How to Sue eBay in Small Claims Court

How to Sue eBay in Small Claims Court eBay is one of the largest e-commerce platforms in the world and has attracted nearly 200 million users worldwide. Despite the popularity of this online shopping and selling platform, disputes can often arise, where users may find themselves having to take legal action against eBay. Over the […]

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Sue an Uninsured Motorist: Full Guide

Sue an Underinsured Motorist: Full Guide Research conducted by the Insurance Research Council shows that approximately one in eight drivers do not carry insurance. So what happens when you – an insured driver – is involved in an accident with an uninsured driver?  This article will discuss when you should sue an uninsured driver, the […]

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Sue For Money Owed Without A Contract

How to Sue For Money Owed Without A Contract In 2013, Martinoski sued Bokori in small claims court for money owed with no prior contract. Nonetheless, the court granted Martinoski victory and $5,146 in compensation.  Just like Martinoski, you can sue anyone for money owed in small claims court and receive up to $10,000 in […]

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How to Sue McDonald’s — And Win

Suing McDonald’s — And Winning In 1992, a 79-year old woman named Stella Liebeck suffered third-degree burns due to a scalding cup of coffee that spilled on her lap. Consequently, she was awarded 2.7 million dollars in punitive damages for suing McDonalds. From time to time, the corporation finds itself tangled in complaints. Overall, these complaints range […]

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Learn How to Sue a School

Sue a School In Small Claims Court A few weeks ago, a  student of La Sierra Academy, Riverside, California named John, made headlines after discovering that their school counselor – Matthew Daniel Johnson, 31 – hid secret cameras in the boy’s bathroom and made tapes of young male students bathing.  In another part of the […]

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Learn How to Sue a Car Dealer for Misrepresentation

How to Sue a Car Dealer for Misrepresentation Buying a car sounds like an exciting prospect, but in reality, it’s an exhausting process. By the time you reach the process of loan approval and contract signing, you’re just too tired that all you want to do is drive away with the newly bought car. Some […]

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How to Sue for Negligence in a Personal Injury Case

Suing for Negligence  Everyone is injured at some point in the course of their lives. Although many of these incidents do not require legal action, some incidents can result in suing for negligence. Negligence is doing something a reasonable person would not do or omit to do something a reasonable person would do in that […]

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