Car, insurance, court, witness summons helpWatch
Try not to stress about it. Did you supply a written statement for insurance purposes at the time? Re-read that, as it is what happened in your own words.
No I hit my car into a tree, no other cars were involved that. Whoever it was who is doing this wrote a threatening not on my car so I took it to the police and wrote a statement thing. I'm not sure what correct document name is here. The insurances got involved and as far as I was aware it was sorted a long time ago. I just don't understand why this person is taking my old insurance to court. Either they said I didn't do it and refused to pay out but all the information was sumbittes two years ago so what use am I now, or they said I did it and paid him (which is what I think has happened as I had a email a year ago that said I was at fault for an incident on that date but it was not specific to the tree or this person insurance claim (both would have happened at approx the same time) and in that case he won so whats the problem. My car had dents in it so it could have looked like i hit something other than a tree and my black box would have registered at least two hits (i hit the tree and didn't think i had, pulled forward, and hit it again). That and I was in sixth form in the road of a lot of traffic where we all parked and where I did see the remnants of several accidents, many near misses and a lot of arrogant young drivers. So I can see why it would just be easier to say I'm guilty and tbh I wouldn't care that much as I am not needing to drive now for a few years and the insurance would just sort it out. I just dont understand this persons need to put me through so much stress and worry while I am trying to study at university and build a life for my family and a career with enough money to support them while this person appears to be obsessed with throwing money at the legal system to win (I have no idea how much money because I don't know what the car was, nor what the damage was).
This is all very muddled and confusing. No-one here is qualified to give you legal advice on this case, and you should be wary of anyone who tries.
OP, talk to a solicitor or legal adviser about this, the Citizens Advice Bureau might also be a good shout.