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Answered 2005-05-18 14:00:28

If you were driving the car, who would you think is responsible? Your mower threw a rock that broke an innocent driver's windshield. Of course you are responsible! Be a man, accept that responsibility, and fix the car!

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Answered 2016-04-26 11:17:30

If a person I hired is mowing my yard and the mower hits a rock that breaks a glass in my storm door is he liable?

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