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Question 1: Broker A’s Lawsuit Against Broker B
The issue is where Broker A should file a lawsuit against Broker B, what damages
should be included, and for what amount.
We need to consider jurisdiction to determine where Broker A should file the lawsuit.
In general, jurisdiction is determined by the location where the incident occurred or
where the defendant resides. The incident happened in San Diego so that the
California state court may have jurisdiction.
Regarding the type of damages, Broker A can seek both economic and non-economic
damages. Economic damages would include medical bills and lost wages.
Non-economic damages may include pain and suffering, emotional distress, and
Broker A should file the lawsuit in California since the accident occurred in San
Diego. The damages to be in …
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