Here’s a piece of free advice about lawsuits from a local taxpayer. In order for a lawsuit to have merit and result in a winning decision, the suit must prove four legal elements: A duty, which is a legal or moral obligation; a breach of duty, which is failure to perform a legal or moral duty; causation, which is an action that causes a reaction or other effect; and damages, which are injuries incurred by a party, most often expressed as monetary compensation whose purpose is to compensate the injured party.
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