I rent a house. Tree fell on my cars. Who is responsible?
No one is responsible and this 'act of God' is why you carry comprehensive insurance on your automobiles. Act of God is in quotes, because it is an insurance term. This is EXACTLY what comprehensive insurance is for. Comprehensive insurance is usually paired with collision insurance, but you can purchase it separately. You pay less when you increase your deductible, but then you need to come up with more in case something happens. This is part of the risk analysis with insurance. You now have a graphic and expensive lesson about deductibles and car insurance. good luck! ps - if you had documented evidence that you had concerns about the trees and had documented evidence that the landlord wouldn't do anything about it, then maybe you could win something in court (but it would cost a lot to do it). Otherwise, it is hearsay (you say one thing, the landlord says another and none of it is documented) and inadmissible in court.
by Rush is a band - 5 hours ago
I would think so. I'm not an expert on this type of stuff though
by emmarge578 - 5 hours ago
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