I had a medical issue, and there was a very slim chance that I could have ended up as a ward of the state. As a result, I was given a court appointed attorney. However, I have not heard from the attorney at all, and I've tried contacting them since I've been discharged from the hospital.
As far as how I've been contacting them, I've been leaving a brief voicemail that pretty much follows this format: "Hello, this is ________; I'm calling regarding case number ________. If you can call me back at __________. That would be great."
I've done that at the start of business hours, for 3 days in a row. I hope I'm not bothering them too much, but I'd like to make sure the case is resolved. If it's resolved, then by statutes in my region it will be sealed.
However, if it's open, then I cannot pursue certain business plans, because I need to have good health to proceed for licensing.
I'll be sending an email next Monday, and I might stop by the law office next Friday.
So the meat of the question is this: Should I keep contacting them via phone? If I'm unable to establish contact, does it warrant contacting the bar association after several weeks?