It is possible to have your attorney represent you in the case, through a power of attorney. There are two types of form which are the General Power of Attorney and the Special Power of Attorney. The former allows a wider scope of authority whereas the latter is limited in scope and duration. This power of attorney will allow the authorized attorney to act on your behalf, including but not limited to filing the court complaint, acting as you in court hearings, receiving the judgement award for you if you are abroad. Although it is possible to proceed with the case when you are abroad, it is generally recommended that you appear in court although there will be many exceptions to this general recommendation.
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