The storms that just went through my area (Royal Oak) have caused a tree which is not on my property to snap and land on my roof. It looks like the roof is fine but I have a good size tree on my roof right now. Who is responsible?
fair point that
are you harvey spector by any chance?
The tree is responsible for it.
You'll likely do better just to call your insurance company. Most homeowner's policies will cover any damage due to storms and a set amount of the removal cost.
If it is affecting the electric service to your home right now, we might remove what we need to remove in order to restore your power, but in storm situations, we do not take the debris away and you are still responsible for having the damage assessed by your insurer.
If there is no damage, as a warning, tree removal for a tree of any size can be expensive and it is all on you.
The Higgs-Boson collided in the accelerator for our sins. REPENT!
“The roof is fine… who’s responsible?” You seem like a really nice and agreeable person…
Unless you told your neighbor to remove the tree prior to said storm and provided a reason why he/she should remove said tree.
As others have noted, unless you have the neighbor warning to remove the tree and it was a true hazard, you are responsible to remove it. Homeowner insurance should cover it.
Hope you have homeowner's insurance.
I can't tell you why, but she is. Go blame her now.
A Michigan man sucks it up and doesn't try to screw his neighbor.
That's a clown question bro
take lots of pictures so as to document the event. these always help the insurance issue.
call your homeowners insurance company ASAP.
whether he heard it fall or not?