You are fired from your job, purchase a car from somebody that did not actually own it or loan a friend some money they did not repay.
Your first thought is to file a small claims suit against the person you feel owes you money.
Do I Have A Case (for Small Claims Court)?
As paralegals, we litigate a lot in small claims court. Small claims court can deal with many, but not all, claims under $35,000.00. Many times, another body, such as the Landlord and Tenant Board or License Appeals Tribunal have the jurisdiction to deal with your claim. In many cases, these other forums must be the place you file your claim and not small claims court. Paralegals can litigate in these other forums and we can tell you if the small claims court does not have the jurisdiction to help you. Read more… “Should I Sue in Small Claims Court?”