when suing a business. The jurisdictional amount of suit here is $75,000. Check this frequently,as the laws may change]. The court has supplemental jurisdiction pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 1367to hear Plaintiffs state law claims because those claims are related to Plaintiff’s federal claims andare inextricably entwined [use this if there are state law claims such as emotional distress and thelike, which are a result of the breaking of federal laws] and arise out of a common nucleus of related facts. Plaintiff’s state law claims are related to Plaintiff’s federal law claims such thatthose claims form part of the same case of controversy under Article III of the United StatesConstitution. Venue is proper in that the claims alleged here arose due to the Plaintiffs residencewithin the Northern District of [ Federal District Name]
4) Describe the each of the parties - Plaintiffs first [ex. Plaintiff is a disabled American harmed bythe defendant(s) and is acting in
(always put Latin phrases in italics)].
5) Allege all the facts here, in date order, (no need to bulletize, but put in numbered paragraphswhen deemed necessary) that led up to the complaint. Include here the history of the relationship between you and the defendants and what gave rise to the defendant’s federal tort. [ ex. Plaintiff John Doe of San Jose, CA., entered in a contract with Joe Shmoe in New York, NY, and thatcontract resulted in a breach by that defendant. That breach is as follows: Story tell but don’t gettoo intricate]
7) By reason of defendants outrageous acts, the acts perpetrated by defendant would causesusceptibility to emotional distress and physical injury and mental anguish, including but notlimited to bodily injury such as stomach aces, sleep loss, feelings of worthlessness and increase in