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If you would like a lawyer to attend the meeting then that is beyond the services we can provide through Just Answer and you would need to engage a lawyer directly.
That said, it is not clear that there is any substantial allegation against you, given the person concerned fell whilst you were not on duty and on the face of it you have behaved reasonably.
I would suggest you simply attend with someone you trust and provided you can address any questions with a reasonable answer there would seem to be little need for a lawyer to attend. It is only if it becomes clear that the questions are directed at some allegation made against you, and to which you have no clear cut answer, that it would seem necessary for you to consider engaging a lawyer. If that situation arises, then be ready to terminate the meeting on the basis you feel you are being accused and will need to seek legal advice. They may press you to make some concession admission, but just firmly state that you will be happy to resume the meeting once you have had an opportunity to seek legal advice.
I trust the above assists.
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