Q: Neighbor shut door on my finger on purpose, I need reconstructive surgery, can I get pain and suffering?? Or something?
I thought I heard her bf slap her during arguing, I ran and said 3 words are you ok .. She cursed me out telling me to mind my own f**n business go the f home I started walking to my door opened it got on inside of apt and here comes her cousin Elijah whom is also a tenant and slams my door and door hit me in my head I fell back hit head HARD on steps, I opened door to tell him because I have epilepsy and he knows that because I'm friends with his girlfriend, then here comes that woman I asked if she was ok walking into court yard, his cousin,, I guess thinking I was saying something about her, she walks up to my door all while I'm behind my door on inside of apt but it's open about 3 inch, and Elijah Was standing in front of my door outside, she is now in front of Elijah acting as if she's gonna come get me THROUGH Elijah AND THROUGH THAT DOOR!!
Then Elijah slammed THAT DOOR so hard because she was slamming her big body against his on my finger It's fractured, tendons and muscle rip
A: You can most certainly seek compensation for pain and suffering in addition to other damages. The real question that needs to be explored is whether or not there will be a path to recovery. Specifically, are the individuals we are seeking recovery from insured? Do they have assets from which a judgment can be satisfied?
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