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Your Neighbor’s Tree Damages Your Property. If your neighbor’s tree falls and damages your house or other structure due to a covered peril, this would be covered by your homeowners insurance Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins. Jun 24, Standing at the top of my driveway. I can’t believe I didn’t hear it but nope, I didn’t hear a thing.
This fuels the whole philosophical debate about ‘if a tree falls in the forest and no one hears it, does it make a sound’.It is hard to describe the size of the gorgeous bushfalling.barted Reading Time: 3 mins. Having said that, sometimes insurance companies may help cover the cost of removal if the fallen tree becomes an obstacle – like blocking a driveway or entrance into your home. A tree damaged my home or another structure on my property does my insurance pay for tree removal then?
If a tree damages a covered structure on your property (like your house or shed), home insurance may help cover the cost to remove the tree, Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins. Feb 06, Asked on Feb 06th, on Landlord and Tenant Law - California. In a windstorm two of our neighbor's trees fell across the driveway/easement we use to get to our property, blocking our access. We hired someone to cut through the trees and open up the driveway so we could have access, but now he is claiming that is our responsibility to clear up the fallen trees on his property, and if he.