I have a rental home in downtown. There is a construction for 6-story apartment building next to the home. The project is 16 months. They've started for 2 months and my tenant just moved out to a different state. I've been looking for a new tenant for 2 weeks and my rent is ~$400 lower than the market. There were many people interested and contacted to see the house. But once I told them about the construction they didn't want to come anymore. Usually without construction, it's easy to find a tenant since the house is like-new and in a very good location. If I lower the rent more, I might be able to find a tenant. But I still loss a lot of income. Can I sue the construction company for the loss of my rent? If so, what are the proof and documents I should prepare? Thank you.