1. Evaluate whether you have a strong case or not
The first thing that should pop into your head before filing a lawsuit is whether you have a good case or not. The only person who should determine that is your lawyer. He/she will tell if you have great chances of winning the case. Your lawyer will also inform you if it’s worth it, and by “worth it,” we meant to say “time, money, and energy.”
It’s best to avoid making decisions when you’re nervous and angry, so make sure you leave your emotions behind before filing a lawsuit. Most cases based on emotional decisions are complete failures from the beginning. The legal system doesn’t care about your emotions, so put them aside and make sure your decision is rational.