Do I have to appear in court if I get subpoena?

Question Details: An ex-employee is trying to sue the management company of my employer and has named me to testify that she was hurt. Her alleged injuries were in a private restroom with no witness and she is trying to say that I told her that this has happened before. No such statement was ever made by me.

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