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ANSWER: You should be able to file all three claims in just one document and under one complaint; even if they are for different incidents. For example, I could sue my neighbor for assaulting me today and sue him for breaching a contract with me because he did not pay for the lawn mower I sold him last year and put both causes of action in the same complaint and file it so long as it is within the dollar limit jurisdiction of the court.