It's called an act of nature. No one is liable for acts of nature. Simply submit a claim to your auto insurance. You'll be responsible for the deductible but they'll cover the rest.
There's a chance someone could be found At Fault if the tree was rotten, not rooted correctly, grossly overgrown or otherwise unstable enough to fall, but you'd have to prove that 1) the people responsible were aware of the problem and 2) they refused to fix the problem.
That is an act of Nature. No one is responsible (liable) for an act of Nature. Your homeowners policy will not cover it. The comprehensive portion of the vehicle owners Auto Insurance policy would have to cover the damage.
The trucker or his insurance carrier is. Not only that, a trucker can and is responsible for the safety of the load he is carrying and can be criminally liable for injuries and damage caused by his negligence.
Weather doesn't matter. Your HomeOwners Insurance would be responsible for those damages.
No. Besdies, why do you need cover if it falls on my vehicle?
I am renting a trailer and a limb falls on my vehicle while parked on the property who is responsible for the damages
Depends who owns it.
Not for one car damaging another, the driver is responsible for that, but if a light pole falls on your car perhaps
the driver behind is not at fault as the in front should be liable as he was negligent
File a claim on your comprehensive auto insurance if you have it. Your homeowners insurance will not cover damage to your vehicle.
No, it does not cause any damage.
Fall damage is based on percentage.
Yes but ur commit would have to do it or if he was told and damage happened to your property they are at fault but u have to have proof of his knowledge that the tree was rotten. Or over grown
If the tree was not dead already and clearly so then your insurance would pay for the damage to your house. A storm that causes the tree to fall is considered an "act of God" and the neighbor is therefore not responsible for the incident.
The owner of the vacant lot is responsible for the $300 worth of damage. Liability does not depend on whether the lot has improvements or not.
More than likely God is responsible for the storm that caused the tree limb to fall and damage the shed. Doesn't the landlord own the shed? If the shed belongs to you then you are responsible for repairing the shed. If it belongs to the landlord then he can decide whether or not he wants to repair it.
no.i would try to get the license number of the vehicle that dropped the item if possible,if you cant ,depending on your ins,policy ,(i have full coverage) the insurance will claim it as a road hazard
Which government is responsible if a tree falls?
As a general rule, you are responsible for any damage to your property. However, if your landlord knew of problems with the ceiling but did not get them fixed promptly, he may be responsible for the damage to your property. Also, if the ceiling collapse was caused by faulty construction (i.e. the ceiling did not comply with local building codes), you would be able to sue your landlord for failing to keep the property up to building code. Finally, since landlord-tenant laws vary from state to state, your state may have a specific law that holds your landlord responsible for the damage. You should immediately see a tenant's rights agency or landlord-tenant attorney who can review your specific situation.
Her parents would generally be responsible for the cost of the damages. However, you would be responsible or partially responsible if you contributed to her accident (such as by improperly parking). I would suggest small claims court as a fast and inexpensive resolution to the matter.
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Depends! The sign states, "not responsible for objects coming from the roadway." This means if they run something over or a rock. etc. is flown into your vehicle from their tires, they are not responsible. All persons are required by law to make sure that any load that is being transported is secured. The hard part is proving that what damaged your vehicle came from that truck.
Nobody is liable for an act of nature. It does not matter who owned the tree. If a tree falls on your house just call your insurance company. If it just fell in your yard and did not damage your property you just have to get it removed yourself. If it's partially on your property and partially on the property of another, then each property owner is responsible for removing that part on their own property.