If A Tree Falls . . .
If a Tree Falls... Who Should File a Claim?
A Tree on your property damages your house
Your homeowner's policy should cover the cost to remove the tree and repairing the damage to your house.
A Tree blows over in a storm and damages your car in the driveway
If you have comprehensive coverage on your car insurance policy, it should cover the damage to your vehicle minus your deductible.
A tree on your property falls and damages your neighbor's house or car
Your neighbor should file a claim under their home or auto insurance policy.
A neighbor's tree falls on your property and damages your house
You should file a claim with your home insurance carrier. They should pay for the damages and reimburse you up to a certain amount (typically around $500) for the cost of removing the tree
A tree falls on your property, causing no damage to anything
Your insurance will most likely not pay for the removal of the tree.
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