It is not clear from your post that caused the damage, whether it was the construction work or the two truck company. You are going to have to prove which of the two caused the damage as it does not appear they were acting in concert. But depending on the type of damage, like undercarriage, that may tell you which party is responsible. Ask your mechanic or body shop for an opinion the cause and get that person to testify on your behalf. Then obtain an estimate for the repairs and submit it to the responsible party or parties. If the claim is denied then bring the appropriate action in small claims court and list appropriate responsible party as defendant(s).
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Whoever damaged your vehicle is responsible. It is up to you to prove responsibility. It would appear that the tow truck operator and his company are responsible. File a claim with their liability carrier.
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