Hello. The short answer is that you can sue the property owner in what's called a "third-party" action. You would be entitled to recover damages for your medical expenses, lost earnings and how the injury has adversely affected your quality of life (sometimes referred to recovery for "pain and suffering"). In order to prevail, the law requires that you prove, among other things, the following elements: 1. The defendant owned/leased/occupied and otherwise controlled the property; 2. The...