It's certainly possible that you can make a claim, but it will be difficult and time-consuming. It may be that the entrance is not owned by the plaza, but is owned by the city. Unless you can show that the condition arose recently, and the plaza had knowledge of it, the plaza will argue that you are in the best position to know the limitations of your car. I wish I had better news for you, but perhaps others will respond with some ideas.Ask a similar question
If you can prove design defect, but its a long shot. take them to small claims, if the damages is below 5KAsk a similar question
Small claims court.
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It's going to cost more to prove negligent design than you stand to recover.
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You may need an expert witness to make a case, which would likely cost you more than your damages.
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