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WORKERS COMP LAW IN CA: I used to work for a company as an

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WORKERS COMP LAW IN CA: I used to work for a company as an acupuncturist. I worked on a patient on behalf of an attorney (on a lien) and now I was subpoenaed by this patient. Do I have to go? What happens if I don't respond to the subpoena or don't go to give my testimony?
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Yes, unfortunately, if you are subpoenaed, you are obligated to go and testify. If you refuse to go and testify, you could be found in contempt of court and be required to pay a fine.
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