'fhe Plaintiff tnakes no answer to those portions of the allcgations
contained in paragraph I rvhich are grarnmatically incorrect. nonsensical and rvhich do not
contain a plain and concise staternent of the plaintiff's cause of action.
what does this means he stoll haven't included no evidence or any statement from his clients.
Your inquiry makes no sense. Please discuss your concerns with your lawyer. We cannot second guess an attorney who represents a client. The lawyer may have procedural reasons for acting the way he does but it is highly unlikely he is simply being lazy. If you do not trust your lawyer, get a second in person opinion.
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I do not understand what you are even asking.
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I am completely confused. I THINK you are handling a case yourself and I think you are complaining about the way the defense answered the complaint. If so, the proper way to complain is to file a motion asking the responses be stricken.
If I am wrong, and you are represented, there is one place to go to for advice, and that is your lawyer and no one else.
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In Illinois we never plead evidence. Evidence is handled in discovery. I'm thinking you are going to be receiving 2-615 motion to strike for failure to state a claim. Lawyer up, quickly.
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