How to Dodge a Lawsuit

How to Win in Court

Do you wan to dodge a lawsuit?

Whether you’re a plaintiff or defendant, you must know what smart defendants do to dodge lawsuits.

If a defendant is served with a complaint, he may dodge the lawsuit by filing motions to avoid filing an Answer!

This is called the “flurry of motions”.

Once a defendant files an Answer, he’s locked in and misses this chance to dodge the lawsuit altogether.

Don’t file an Answer if you can dodge the lawsuit with a “flurry of motions”.

Learn from Jurisdictionary step-by-stepInexperienced lawyers and pro se people make the avoidable mistake of filing an Answer to plaintiff’s Complaint … instead of using the flurry of motions.

  • Motion to Dismiss
  • Motion to Strike
  • Motion for More Definite Statement

Each of these motions postpones the necessity of filing an Answer to the Complaint … and gains you valuable time and evidence-gathering opportunities!

In some cases it puts an end to the case. Period!

Failure to use the Flurry of Motions weakens your case.

Learn how to use the Flurry of Motions at How to Win in Court

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