I am being sued for dental work that I refused to finish paying after I complained about the bridge I was given. As a result, I have received a letter at my doorstep "Summons" to be in court in Mid May. My question is will they serve me at work too? I was not at home but did receive the paperwork from Justice Court where the attorney for the dentist filed it. I have NOT contacted anyone about this. I don't want to be served at work over 2000 dollars!
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