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How can I know if my case is eligible?

Few things to check before you decide to sue or take legal actions

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Written by Ilya Schukin
Updated over a week ago

Before deciding to take legal actions, it's important to understand the legal basis for your claim and the potential consequences. Here are 3 main questions you’ll need to check before going forward:

  1. Legal issue: Has the other party violated a legal right of yours? (for example: breach of contract or promise, poor service provided, tort, defamation, interference with your rights as a tenant, etc.)

  2. Damages: What is the value of the damages you suffered as a result of the legal violation?

  3. Evidence: Do you have evidence to support your claims?

If you have answers to all above questions, we will take it from here and will handle everything related to going to court: Jurisdiction check, documents preparation, court filing, and serving the other party.

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This is not legal advice, is not meant to substitute consultation with an attorney, and reading this article does not create an attorney client relationship.

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