You said you "talked with the lot people." What does "the lot people" mean?
Then you referred to "[t]he repair people." Are [t]he repair people" different than "the lot people"?
The repair people said it was the Towing company that knocked my bike over (they claim specifically that the bike was clearly moved after the tow truck left, but did not actually watch the towing). The Towing company of course says it was the repair people.
I think the net result of this is that "[t]he repair people" are blaming the towing company for knocking over your scooter people and that the towing company is blaming "[t]he repair people." Correct?
It was mentioned to me via a facebook post "it would seem they are jointly and severally liable and you should be able to go after the apartment and let them recoup from one of the other agencies."
"It was mentioned to" you?? What does that mean? Does it mean you posted about this on FB and the quoted language is from a response you received from one of your friends? Is the person who posted this a lawyer? I certainly hope not because that doesn't make any sense (in fact, it's downright silly).
As an initial matter, you cannot "go after the apartment." You might have a valid claim against whomever owns your apartment, but we don't have enough facts to know for sure.
It appears that the damage to http://local-attorney-lawyer-search.com/orange-attorney/ your scooter was caused either by "[t]he repair people" or the towing company. You have no way of knowing which one of them did it and probably have little or no hope of ever finding out. Under such circumstances, it probably makes sense to sue both of them and let them point their fingers at each other.
Since the apartments hired both companies involved, do they have any responsibility here? Can I invoice them and let them figure out who damaged my bike?
Whether you might also have a claim against the owner of your apartment depends on the relationship between the owner and "[t]he repair people" and the towing company. My guess is that the owner of your apartment contracted with a person or entity to make whatever repairs were required in the parking lot. I would have expected that the person/entity hired to do the repairs hired the towing company, but you're saying that the owner of your apartment hired the towing company. Doesn't really matter either way. Without more information, there is no reason to believe the owner of your apartment has any liability. You're free to "invoice" anyone you like, but you'll be waiting a LONG time if you simply sit around and wait while "they" "figure out who damaged [your] bike."
I think the bigger question might be whether it's worth your while to sue anyone -- even in small claims court. What are your damages? You said you couldn't start the engine, but have you figured out what was wrong with it and gotten it fixed?
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