Can i sue
2 attorney answers
The answer is maybe. This is like saying "Will I be successful?" Success in a lawsuit depends on the facts and the law. Since you have disclosed no facts, the question becomes meaningless. Why don't you tell us what the case is about and what the facts are?
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Yes, I'm sure you do. However, without more facts, nobody here can help you. I suggest you either (a) post a more detailed question, or (b) use the "Find a Lawyer" tab at the top of the screen to find someone near you who can help you in person.
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