My question involves an injury that occurred in the state of: Idaho
Plaintiff is deaf, 28 yr. old with 4 kids. She rents an apartment. There is a railing on the front porch. She leaned against it, it broke, she fell, landed on her head/shoulders, sustained injuries. Has ongoing medical/pt/chiro/pain pill bills.
Management company manages apartment for a couple. The couple's address is listed as the management company's address. The management company address is listed at the recorder's office. The management company will not, or cannot give their real address, but they do give the premises surety name, who, after investigating the claim, says there is a fatal defect in coverage, and said the claim is rejected. They refuse to give the real address of their insured, or divulge what the "fatal defect" is.
Can't find the owners. All that Plaintiff is left with, I think, is to sue them in abstentia, get a judgement, and foreclose on the rental company. What am I missing? Is there some other way to get their address to sue them directly? Can Plaintiff force the management company or the surety to give it?
Thanks in advance for any comments.