How to file a lawsuit in BitLife (and win)

Just like in real life, you can sue someone for a lot of different reasons in BitLife. It turns out it’s an excellent way to make a lot of money on the side, too. There are several reasons you may want to file a lawsuit against someone. You may need it for specific weekly challenges, or you might want to dish out some sweet justice. Whatever the reason, here’s how to file a lawsuit in BitLife and some tips you can use to win.

How to file a lawsuit in BitLife

You can file a lawsuit in BitLife for any of the following reasons:

  • Being fired from a company for any reason
  • Receiving bad plastic surgery
  • Being assaulted or robbed by someone
  • Getting cheated on by a spouse

You can get fired for a lot of different reasons from your job in BitLife. Not all of them are legal, though. One great example where a company wrongfully terminates someone is for being too old. Ageism is a real thing, even in a game like BitLife! Usually, these cases tend to favor the plaintiff, so if your Bitizen has the opportunity, go for it.

If you are trying to be a famous person in BitLife, and opt to get some plastic surgery, there’s a chance the surgeon could do a bad job. A plastic surgery malpractice lawsuit is a valid one, and you’ll likely win most of the time.

You can make enemies with a lot of people during your life. Sometimes, pushing them over the edge can make them do some impulsive things, like assault you. If this happens, you can respond with a nice big lawsuit. The chances of winning are high, as long as you don’t go for too much money.

How to win a lawsuit in BitLife

To increase your odds of winning a lawsuit, you can do the following:

  • Have a good case
  • Choose an expensive law firm
  • Sue them for a realistic amount of money

First off, make sure you have a reason to sue someone. Technically, you can sue someone for many reasons, but it doesn’t mean you’re going to win. Some good examples are listed above under the ‘how to file a lawsuit’ section.

When you are picking representation, do not cheap out. You want the best of the best if you’re going to win, which usually means choosing the most expensive option. 

Finally, make sure to pick an amount of money that makes sense. You probably won’t win a million dollars if someone robs you and steals a television. Something like two to five times legal fees is reasonable, but if it’s a solid case, you can bring home some serious cash.