My question involves personal property located in the State of: California
I just had wet concrete poured in my front walkway and porch last week. (The walkway adjoins the near side of my driveway; not the sidewalk)
The contractor I'd hired to pour the concrete was in the process of acquiring some yellow "Caution" tape right when a door-to-door salesperson walked straight into the walkway, thereby ruining the fresh concrete. I had no appointment with the salesperson and he did not have an invitation.
I've already had the contractor draw up his lowest-possible estimate on a concrete "overhaul". The plethora of available capital resides with the business who dispatched the salesperson, as it appears they are a nationwide corporation. Can I pursue this corporation (either at the local or national level) for 100% of the damages here?
Any input or advice would be much appreciated. Thank you!