My question involves an injury that occurred in the state of: PA
About 3 months ago was sued for a slip and fall. I am the owner of the property and in the lease I required my tenant to have my name as additional insured. The tenant did not add my name as additional insured on general liability insurance. So I had to hire a defense attorney. So what my attorney had found was that the slip and fall occurred on the property next to us and the law firm that is suing me for the slip and fall scheduled a site examination to make sure the exact location. Around 3 weeks ago, the law firm that is suing me agreed to dismiss myself (landlord) and tenant and wanted to add additional defendants (which is the property next to us). Now that that case is dismissed which shows on the court records, can I sue the lawfirm and the slip and fall plaintiff for the legal expense in which I incurred. The negligence clearly showed that the neighboring property was the fully responsible and the lawfirm just can not randomly sue anyone without any research. Morally wrong but legally, do not know if I have a case.