Q: If I was injured on a company's property can I seek legal action I lost function of my right hand because of this
I was at the apartments they rent out to there workers when I got into a argument with someone there and they ended up draging me with there truck and also when I manged to pull myself up in to the bed I stood up and he kept swerving trying to throw me off well so happens after couple trys he threw me out and I flew into the air and landed on rocky dirt road causing me to get lacerations on the tendon of all my fingers except my thumbs.
I went to police to put warranty out for his arrest but the lady at the town hall told me she was not going to because she didn't know if I had done something to cause this then I told that no the man was even drunk and wrecked his truck afterwards when he just left me on the side of the rd but she still told me she would not put the warranty out
You may have a claim against the driver of the truck and his automobile liability insurance. That would be an easier case than trying to sue the company who owns the apartment complex.
In the event that the driver's insurance denies the claim, you may also have a valid claim against your automobile insurance carrier for uninsured/underinsured motorists coverage.
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