In, you would be responsible for damages to other people's property if your negligence caused the broken pipe. Was it old and in need of replacement, but you failed to replace it? Did you cause a clog that caused it to break? If you installed the pipe, did you install it incorrectly? Just because the pipe broke doesn't mean that you were negligent and are responsible for damages. The owners of the other houses would have to prove that you did something wrong.
If in California your neighbor is responsible for any damage that his tree has done to your property.
She does if your claim is corroborated by a GOOD witness. (One on your side) It depends: If you were in your neighbors driveway without their permission you were trespassing and you assume responsibility for any damages. However, If you were there with the neighbors permission and the daughter is 18+ then she is responsible for damages.
Legal parents or legal guardians are responsible for the damages caused by their juvenile.
In all likliehood - your insurance company would pay to repair your dwelling and then they would take action (called "subrogation") against your neighbors insurance company to collect from their insuror.
Usually anyone that is responsible should pay for damages that they caused.
If your neighbor's pool water is flooding your yard and causing damage you can bring a lawsuit for damages. Your case would fall under the category of tort law.
No, Your Homeowners Insurance will not cover windstorm damages to your neighbors vehicle because you are not liable for acts of nature. Your neighbors will have to look to their own Comprehensive Auto Insurance to cover windstorm damages to their vehicle.
Mother nature. Just send her a bill. That is not necessarily so if the roof was not fixed properly the responsibility can end up with the owner or builder.
The can hold you reliable and you can dispute it in court
If a car damages your trash can, the person driving is responsible if the trash can is in the proper place. If the trash can is not in the proper place, it is your fault.
Each homeowner is responsible for removal of the portion of the tree that fell on their own property. As felled trees are a natural and expected occurrence no one is liable for an act of nature. Each homeowners property insurance will cover the cost of repairs for damages to your own property. You could only hold your neighbor liable for your damages if you could prove that he or she was aware the tree was a hazard and was negligent in mitigating the threat.
You need to make a claim against the neighbors homeowners insurance for damages. Since it sounds like it was an "act of god" they may not cover the damages. In that case you have two choices, you could use your comp insurance to cover damages, if you have comp coverages on your policy, or pay the damages out of your pocket and see if the neighbor is willing to help out with the charges.
The car owner is responsible.
The owner of the car that caused your damages will be responsible to pay damages to you unless you live in a no-fault state. In that case, your insurance pays for your damages.
If your neighbor is liable through negligence for causing fire damage to your property you could file a claim on the liability portion of your neighbors insurance policy. If he caused the fire intentionally then his insurance company would not pay for damages as criminal acts are not covered.
The driver at fault is always responsible for damages incurred during an accident. The at fault insurance company is responsible for damages to your car.
You are. YOu are responsible for a unit until you have completely moved out and turned in the keys. At that point, you are no longer responsible for any damages as you are officially not living there and therefore, no longer responsible. But up until that point, you are responsible as you are still officially a tenant, which would include the eviction process.
You are not responsible nor liable for Acts of Nature. The windstorm coverage on your policy covers your home, not the neighbors. Your neighbors Homeowners Insurance Policy will cover his damages as stated in the terms of his Policy. It's no different than if his own tree fell on his house.
Obviously you are responsible for the damages, the car is in your name, is it not? Maybe you should date better drivers.
If the drive is not found, your insurance will have to cover the damages. When the guy is found, press charges and sue him for damages.
The renter is fully responsible for all damages
the person that rearended the end car causing it to hit (in chain reaction) other vehicles...
Barring some provable negligence, Nobody is liable for an act of nature. Your home insurance should provide coverage for a natural hazard such as this, Likewise if your tree fell on your neighbors house, the same would apply. The neighbors insurance would take car of the neighbors house.Depends on a lot of things. Generally, the tree is considered part of the land. Where it falls is who is initially responsible for the damages. From there, it gets legal depending on multiple factors.
Weather doesn't matter. Your HomeOwners Insurance would be responsible for those damages.
Yes. The co-signer is responsible for any unpaid rent or damages that are not paid by the primary.