Oh, sweetie, please forgive my frankness, but you got a lot to learn about the judicial system. I sued somebody on my own and won a judgement. He refused to pay. Took him back to court and attached his job. He quit the job. Tried to attach his bank account but lo and behold, he closed it. Didn't own a car. Let his house go into foreclosure where I was right behind the bank (he also owed me a settlement upon sale of the house). The bank is now chasing him for their money. And I was tied up for years, getting gray hairs and getting a lot of stomachaches trying to chase this person around (who moved away to a state that didn't allow transfer of judgments so I couldn't attach his wages there, even though I found out where he worked). I lost around 50 grand in the proposition. I could have continued to pursue him, but it was costing me money every time I filed to attach something of his, only to be shot down. If somebody doesn't want to pay you, you're getting a big fat zero if they decide they wanna screw you over.
My dad used to say you can sue anybody for anything, but it doesn't mean you're going to win and if you win, doesn't mean you're going to collect. Wise man.