Can I sue a dealership for brushing off my car concern after an auto theft that lead to it being totaled?

Question Details: My car was stolen and had damaged done to it. The dealership repairs it, but I contacted the dealership about concerns with how it was running, and they asked me to wait up to 2-3 weeks before coming back in I still have those text messages. They said tat it's related to the replaced battery they put in without asking me to come in knowing the car was stolen. Before the 3 weeks, my car started over heating and caught on fire. The car is now totaled. Fortunately, I did not experience any physical harm. Can I sue this dealership for ignoring my concern, which could have lead to me being seriously harmed and that lead to a total loss on my part due to them ignoring my concern?

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