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Court of Appeal Guidebooks for Self-Represented Litigants

By Melanie Hodges Neufeld

The Saskatchewan Court of Appeal has recently created Guidebooks for self-represented litigants. The Guidebooks are available on the Courts of Saskatchewan website and include: 26 more words

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A Car Accident or not a Car Accident?

If you’ve been injured in Ontario and a car was involved, it is not always clear whether or not it was a “motor vehicle accident” for the purposes of collecting no-fault accident benefits or suing for financial compensation for your injuries and other damages. 1,498 more words


Waiting to Litigate - Risks & Limitations

Maybe you have a legitimate claim against a person or other entity for damages that you have suffered, for which they are responsible.  You would like compensation but you are not sure you have a case or how to pursue one.   589 more words

Self-represented Litigants

The Rise of the Vexatious Self-Represented Litigant

Not all self-represented litigants are created equally. Some are victims of circumstance. Forced to defend or prosecute their own claims because of poverty. Others are vexatious litigants, unable to find a lawyer to bring their meritless claims to court. 403 more words