Q: I recently received a court order to my home address of a company I managed in 2018, and was closed in august 2019.
The order was received at my home address, and stated on the order that it is the companies active office. When the company has been closed since august. I was just a manager and I’m getting the blame cause I was the point of contact. There was draining damage when we did pier drilling, and I was told about this 3 months ago, that I needed to pay them, for the damages and what they fixed, there was no warning or a chance for me to fix without charge. We had 0 idea that there was drain pipes underneath the ground, and were never told, nor explained to be careful nor given blue prints of it.
To top it all off, the law firm has the wrong company name on the order, and i know it’s meant for the company I managed cause it describes the work we did. What should I do? How should I answer the order if the company isn’t even the company I worked for? And how they found my address I don’t know, I moved here 3 months ago barely. Any advice helps, thanks!
A: There is no way to give you good advise here. An attorney will need to see the documents you were served with to provide you with an assessment of your rights, remedies, and risks. And this could be serious, so you'll want to properly respond to avoid taking o liability. You should contact an attorney to schedule at least a 30 minute consultation where the attorney can review the documents which were delivered to you.
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