"I just wanted to know if I CAN FILE FOR SUMMARY JUDGEMENT since there are no furtheer discovery
or triable issues of facts left in dispute
(whatever that is)"
How can you say that there are no "triable issues of fact left in dispute" if you don't even know what that means?
In order to grant summary judgment, a court must determine that there are no disputed issues that would require determination by a jury. In other words, the facts are undisputed (or undisputable). For example, if there's a car accident case and the evidence is in conflict about whether the traffic lights were red, green or yellow, that's something that would have to go to the jury.
"defendants just denied eveerything ever happened and they dont even know me"
That's a pretty meaningless statement without any context.
"it is obvious they do know me"
Why is that relevant?
"instead of going to trial and wastin the judges time can i ask for a directed verdict?"
A directed verdict is something you ask for at the conlcusion of trial before the jury begins to deliberate.
"it is definitely to late to hire an attourney at this point"
If it's too late to hire an attorney, then it's also too late to file a motion for summary judgment.
"should I just go ahead and start voir dire of a jury?"
Voir dire is the questioning of prospective jurors right before trial. Obviously, you can't start that until you show up for trial.