Contact your insurance company. Do not discuss the case in a public Q&A Board like AVVO as your statements could be construed as admissions. Meet with and retain an attorney to represent you (and discuss lawful compliance with subpoenas) should you come to learn that you do not have insurance. If you do have insurance, they may provide an attorney to defend the case.
Reviewing your reviews, it looks like you did not resolve the complaints to the satisfaction of the buyers nor ebay. That said you do not have a cause of action against ebay unless you informed them while contracting with them that cancelling your account may effect your mental condition (highly unlikely as their terms are not easily modified) As such, you contracted with them to be a seller contingent on their stated terms. You may consider opening a new account with them - or any one of the...
The procedure and rules are described in the rules of court. They are available at the library or you may order a copy online at http://www.lexisnexis.com/store/catalog/booktemplate/productdetail.jsp?pageName=relatedProducts&prodId=7335 The rules also state the jurisdictional limits. Often the costs of representation exceed the statutory limits available in the small claims court. Good luck to you.
I think you mean you are pregnant with a baby from your sex-offender Fiancée that DCYF will not allow to be around minor children. Be totally honest with your lawyer, period. You seem to know that you will likely have to decide between living with your fiancée or your child somewhere down the road as DCYF is unlikely to allow anything else.
if you truly have no assets nor any access to them, contact Volunteer Lawyer Program Coordinator, John Ellis at 401 421 7758 or firstname.lastname@example.org If you "own a business together" that seems to imply that you do. This will likely disqualify you for volunteer services. If you cannot find any funds, retirement, etc to retain an attorney, meet with one anyway to see if there is any asset you own to pledge payment with.
You have an obligation to keep a lookout. Even though your license plate was only a "lil bent" the cyclist may have suffered more extensive damage/injuries. The other counsel here have wisely advised and I do agree that you will do well to work with your insurance company who shall defend you. Liability may end up being proportioned based on some contribution of fault between you and the cyclist. Yes, he failed to observe the stop light but you also were apparently not able to avoid the collision.