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An insurance company accused me of an accident saying my car has being in and I was not involved in. I was not in the accident and my car was not even in an accident at all. According to the document, a court hearing was sent to me several time (even the name was not correct) and since I did not show up, by default the court said I was found at fault. The case was taken to another state where I was asked to pay a fee with a monthly payment. I was not give a chance to fight the case. I was told it was for a payment hearing. I have being making these payments after all these years and now I want to fight this case and I believe and understand that I have the right to prove my side. Can this case be reopen. Thanks and appreciate your help and support.
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