If a person is sued by a company, but he has informed the company that he is not the person they think he is, and the company goes through with the lawsuit...(run-on sentence)
Then the person shows the judge that he isn't the person and the judge dismisses the case.
Can this person then countersue for court costs, lawyer fees and more compensation?
Personal Injury Lawyer
If it is a good faith mistake, no. If it was intentional, for example if you brought the error to their attention in writing and they still refused to dismiss you, you might be able to get your costs and actual fees if NV has a "frivolous suit" rule or statute.
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