Hello, So sorry to hear of this dilemma. If my answer is not clear to you, please ask me for clarification.
There is a viable claim where you can show they caused you the injury, have witnesses and documents in support, and testify in detail and credibly about what happened
If that can be done the case is good and often will settle before a verdict
The fork lift operator came up and told me he damaged it when fork lift slipped. He said they always paid for it and they'd fix it. Owner later said they don't. Wouldn't want to put the guy on the spot for losing his job. Just curious. Thanks again. I think he'll fix it.
From all of these facts, it is a very good case
just marshal your evidence and witnesses
it should settle though
especially given the admission you just mentioned
Cool. Thanks again. I'm sure he'll pay now that I know what to tell him.
I hope so
Have a good weekend and 4th
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