Is it possible for me to file ifferent lawsuits at the same time? They all have to do with same legal matter. And is it true that if I file a lawsuit against the State that a lawyer from the same State can't represent me?
1 Answer from Attorneys
If you file a lawsuit regarding the same occurrence, it should be brought in one lawsuit. You can name each of the persons or entitites involved and set forth cases against each in seperate sections.
If you bring suit against the State of Iowa, an attorney from Iowa can represent you.
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