In Small Claims Court there's only one winner... Don't let your opponent rake you over the coals. It happened to me. Burned like toast! Now I'm fighting back the best way I know how ... by showing you how to fight and win in small claims court. If you're like most honest folks, the closest you've ever come to a courtroom battle is watching two people slug it out in front of television's Judge Judy. But chances are that you have already been wronged by some someone. Like it or not, you are going to have to defend your honor and reputation in front of a judge. Here's just a small sample of what you'll discover the minute you start flipping through Brisk Justice ... * The two keys to a successful outcome in any court case (and no, hiring an attorney is not one of them). page 7 * Simple steps you can take to make the judge's life easier (helping the judge understand your case can make a huge difference in your favor). * How to rip apart your opponent's case (all perfectly legal ... $300 an hour attorneys do it every day). pages 58-60 * Five good reasons why you might want to settle out of court. (Hint: Even if you win the court battle, you could lose the war in other ways.) Read pages 96-99 to avoid making a big mistake! * The one thing you must never do in a court case (guaranteed ... if you miss this little detail, you'll go down in flames). The information in Brisk Justice is the super powerful ammunition you'll need to win in Small Claims Court. I believe in this book so much I proudly offer a money-back guarantee: You'll win your Small Claims Court case or this book is FREE. Just send me a message. I'll refund your money. Done and done. No questions asked. If you're being sued, theclock is already ticking. Get an answer to the court before the deadline or you lose. Here's more ... * Stupid little mistakes to avoid like the plague (make just one and you'll lose the case, hands down). * When and why you should bring your case to court even if the other party decides to settle at the last minute. Don't miss this little qinsurance policyq on page 117. * Get all the lingo down pat - 19 legal terms you need to understand (they're not difficult ... just important). pages 13-16 * Bad checks are a pain in the butt. In small claims court you can get the bum to pay the original amount of the check plus additional money for damages ... if you know how to do this. Flip to page 88. * The only time you should ever raise an objection to your opponent's testimony and why you should never say qobjection, your honor!q It's on page 153. * Verbal promises are contracts enforceable by law, but what I reveal about what's said after a written contract is signed will shock you! (Make sure you read this or you won't have a legal leg to stand on.) pages 62 and 69 * If you've been wronged you'll need to write a qdemand letterq to the yellow dog. On pages 104-113 I show you how to write a legal and effective demand letter ... even if you flunked your creative writing course. I also show you how to write a killer response if you receive a demand letter. I include real samples. Way better than fill-in-the-blanks. * Why even a written contract is no guarantee you've got a winning case (it's a simple matter of law you need to know now!). If you're lucky, you'll be able to settle your differences the old fashioned way . with a handshake and an apology. Maybe it'll cost you a few bucks in theprocess. That's a BIG maybe. You see, today we live in a world where people end up in court over the least little thing. And once it gets to court it becomes a really big thing. If you're not up for the challenge, you could lose your shirt ... as well as your pride and your dignity. There's only one winner in a court battle. I'm here to help you come out on top.If at all possible, get your money in the form of cash, a money order, or a cashiera#39;s check. Avoid personal checks. ... an entirely separate section to drafting and preparing the letter a including providing you with a sample template to follow.
|Author||:||Charles H Lumpkin, III, Charles H. Lumpkin, 3rd|
|Publisher||:||Brisk Justice - 2006-09-01|