asihi Posted January 2, 2016 Report Share Posted January 2, 2016 I'm looking for some advice and thought I'd get some perspective here. I'll try to make this very long story shorter. I did a job for a client about 3 years ago. They bought a flip from a builder and after moving in they got some major flooding. To shorten the story, they are going after the builder, stating that the builder knew about the chronic flooding in the area. Fast forward to July of this year, I received a deposition notice from the defendants attorney. I met with the guy and talked for about 15-20 minutes. No big deal. That was the last I heard anything about this, until today. I got served with a subpoena by the defendants attorney. Along with the subpoena was a witness check that won't even pay for my parking in downtown Chicago. I know I have to show up, but is this something I need to get my attorney involved in? I'm not sure what I can really add to this situation, plus it was 3 years ago. Other than what's in the report, I really don't remember much about this place. Thanks for your help. Tony Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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