By now you should have a pretty clear idea of how a small claims case should be researched and presented. The facts of each situation will vary, but the general approach will not. This chapter will very briefly discuss a few of the common types of cases not covered in the previous few chapters. Unfortunately, given the huge number of fact situations that commonly result in small claims disputes, it still may not cover your situation in detail. It will be up to you to adapt the approaches outlined in Chapters 13-20.