I work for a local township. I, along with a fellow employee, was served with papers this week. He had a car accident a over a month ago. He had left work in his personal vehicle and gotten into a car accident. He was not cited with anything. His insurance company is paying the damages to the other person's vehicle. Now, however, she's obtained an attorney and served papers to us as employees of this government agency. Neither of us signed the papers, not knowing what the heck is going on. Now our employer's attorney is saying that we are both legally bound to sign those documents being employees of a government. Any insight?
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