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Causes of Action

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Plaintiff's Right to Sue

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You can't sue or be sued for just any old reason.

There are only certain things a person can sue for.

This class will show you what those things are and how to use this knowledge to win your case!

When a lawsuit is filed, certain "essential facts" must be:

Alleged and Proven

If they aren't properly alleged, the person bringing the lawsuit cannot win.

If they aren't proven with "admissible evidence", the person bringing the lawsuit cannot win.

This class will teach you what those "essential facts" are.

Once you know what "essential facts" must be alleged AND proven, you've won half the battle already!

Other classes in this course will show you how you will allege the "esssential facts" you need to win - and how to shoot down your opponent if he fails to properly allege the "essential facts" he needs to win!

Other classes in the course will show you how to prove the facts you alleged - or how to prove that your opponent cannot prove the facts he alleged.

This is the key to winning.

Knowing "causes of action" and the "essential facts" required to win is essential.

This course makes it easy to learn!

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