Monday, December 12, 2011

The 6 Types Of Lawsuits

Below is one of the many emails received from Jurisdictionary . This particular email is an explaining of "Two Kinds of Law"


Types of Lawsuit Complaints ...
( From "How to Win" Step-by-Step Self-Help Course )


Types of Complaint - Jurisdictionary

Know the 6 types of lawsuit complaints.
Every lawsuit starts with a complaint.
Click the image to download full-size PDF chart!

See how easy it is?
  1. The plaintiff in the chart sues Defendant A and Defendant B.
  2. Defendant B counter-claims against Plaintiff.
  3. Defendant A cross-claims against Defendant B.
  4. Defendant B counter-cross-claims against Defendant A.
  5. Defendant A files a third-party complaint against Third Party Defendant.
  6. Third-Party Defendant counter-claims against Defendant A.
That's all there is to it!
See how easy it is?
Lawsuits are "ridiculously easy-to-understand" once the Jurisdictionary step-by-step self-help course shows you how the parts fit together.

  • If you have a lawyer, you'll know what your lawyer should be doing!
  • If you don't have a lawyer, you'll know what it takes to win!
The course offers many diagrams just like this plus charts, sample forms, simplified explanations, and practical tactics that give you power to win ... with or without a lawyer!Learn from Jurisdictionary step-by-step

It's not rocket science.
It's straight-forward once you see the step-by-step procedures and how they're controlled by a simple set of rules an average 8th grader can understand.
Everyone knows a baseball game has at least 9 innings.
Everyone knows the visiting team is first to bat.
Everyone knows the batter goes back to the dugout after 3 strikes.
It's simple.
It's baseball.
It's America!
Lawsuits are just as easy as baseball, once you see them with the explanations and examples the course provides.
Not many people know how simple lawsuits really are. My profession has kept this knowledge secret from you on purpose!
It shouldn't be that way!
Now YOU can know how to win ... with or without a lawyer! Jurisdictionary<<Learn More
OR, even better
Related Information Now Available
"Standing in the Shadow of the Law", 4th Edition
(Best Reference in Plain English to set up your Law Book)

May you find Strength in Your Higher Power,
 GranPa Chuck