If its not in writing that your off the hook I would attend. Unfortunately I must give this advice but the danger of not showing if things go ahead may be too great. Call your attorney in the morning or contact the Court yourself if you have time.Ask a similar question
I agree with my colleagues. You can't trust "a call from mobile attorney of insurance" without them giving you something in writing. If you end up not showing up, and your appearance was necessary, telling the court that someone told you, over the phone, that you didn't need to show-up isn't going to fly.Ask a similar question
Attending would be best, but since insurance company said don't attend, fax a letter in the morning advising that your received a call and were told the case was settled. Ask for an adjournment.
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In my experience , if you are schedule to go to court, it would be best for you to show up.. Once there, inform the court you received a call informing you that the case was settled. Ask the Judge to pospone the hearing for three months into the future to allow for compliance. Best of luck.
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Get it in writing from your carrier or the attorney that case settled. Otherwise, notify the court in writing if possible that the case settled and you are not planning on appearing. The problem there is that you may not be able to get through to the courthouse and proper department over the phone. Good luck.Ask a similar question
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