The short answer here is probably, but a review of the pertinent contracts / rental agreement are paramount.
Perhaps a finely-tuned demand for compensation could work. I am sensing the damage may not be worth spending thousands with a law firm or lawyer, but an advocating working on your side may be able to get some compensation for you.
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I agree with Mr. Macleod in that your first move would be to review your contract. Then, you need to determine whether the damage to your property is worth spending the money on an attorney. Also, having an attorney review your insurance agreement may be important.
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