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This really depends on how your company was incorporated
Usually, companies like yours are incorporated as limited liability corporation.
If this was the case, you have no personal liability unless you have used company funds as your own.
In many cases, people will sue anyone they can find, but that doesn't mean that the court will let this go through.
In cases like yours, most of the time, the company is the only one that can be sued and you cannot be sued personally.
So it depends on the type of incorporation and how the funds were handled.
if you didn't separate your funds from company funds
Usually, companies that are incorporated have their own bank accounts
If you use that account for your personal use as well, it's call commingling funds and then something called lifting the corporate veil can be claimed, which means any protection that you get from incorporating is taken away