I am a little confused by your question but it sounds like you had an obligation pursuant to a Judgment rendered against you and despite your failure to comply the case has been erroneously dismissed. Count your blessings. Don't try to get your $520.00 back. Never look a gift horse in the mouth.
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If your name is on the lease, which it sounds like it is, then you are responsible for the full amount of the rent. The dispute with your room mate is your problem, not the landlord's problem. He can evict you and your children for your failure to pay.
There are many attorneys who have substantial experience litigating cases against government entities such as school districts. You should go to their web sites to see if they have such experience or you should call them directly. Most quality PI attorneys will offer a free consultation to prospective clients. Good luck.
You will need to contact a Canadian attorney. The laws in Canada may or may not be the same as here in the US. Even in the US these are tough cases. That does not mean that people don't sometimes prevail on these facts but it is rare.
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Your boyfriend was clearly negligent. You need to hire an attorney and file a claim against him and his insurance company as soon as possible. A qualified PI attorney can identify the limits of his insurance policy quickly and insure that you receive the appropriate medical treatment.