Many citizens are upset at the current condition of American Government and thus have joined in hundreds of lawsuits against the federal government, both federal and state. Many of these individuals feel that their rights have been violated by the federal government.
They claim that the federal government is abusing its power through regulations and laws. They are generally unhappy with either a federal agency or an executive overstepping its bounds.
Lawsuit Against The Federal Government
Individuals who file such lawsuits must prove three things to be eligible for such actions. First, they must prove that the federal government was acting in an injurious intent. It is only if it was that they can proceed with the lawsuit.
Second, they must prove that there was negligence on the part of a governmental entity. They must also prove that the injury sustained was caused as the direct result of the negligent act of that entity.
In the case of a state lawsuit, the same basic requirements apply.
First, the plaintiff must prove that there was negligence on the part of a governmental agency. The plaintiff must also prove that the injury sustained as the direct result of that negligence was caused as a result of the wrongful act of that governmental entity. Lastly, they must prove that there has been a loss or damage as a result of that negligence.
As previously mentioned, many people are filing lawsuits against the federal government.
This is largely due to the fact that those in Congress are failing to do what they are supposed to. For instance, Congress passed the law passed by the Constitution, known as the Administrative Procedure Act, and they promised the American people that they would not pass legislation that was harmful to the United States.
However, the Judicial Branch found that this promise was not legally binding and has taken away the power from the courts. Thus, it is now the courts that are imposing lawsuits upon taxpayers in Class Action Lawsuits.
If you are one of the citizens being attacked by the present government, then you must file a lawsuit in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia.
You will file a complaint against the United States government, which is responsible for the injuries you have suffered. In addition to the damages you seek, you must also include a claim for negligence.
No one is liable for the injuries suffered because of your government’s negligence. This is a very important distinction because if you file a lawsuit without knowing the difference between the two, you may be sacrificing your legal rights.
The second class of persons who may sue the federal government are harmed because of the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
This is the department that is accountable for the National Mortgage Policy, the Fair Housing Act, and the National Manufactured Housing Construction and Safety Standards Act.
Many cities, counties, states, and other governing bodies have enacted rules requiring builders to include a reasonable accommodation for handicapped persons in their construction projects. If this accommodation is not provided, then these governing bodies may sue the federal government under the Fair Housing Act. There are a number of rules that govern the creation of these regulations.