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  • superman Feb 1, 10:44 a.m.

    Since he was renting--I hope he has renters insurance--if not whatever he had that was damaged is going to be on him. The landlords insurance does not provide coverage for the renters property inside the house.

  • superman Feb 1, 10:17 a.m.

    Insurance does not usually cover damage done by a "dead" tree. It should have been removed when it was determined that it was dead. The damage will have to be paid by the homeowner since he was at fault. Insurance will only cover when a "live" tree falls.

  • sunshine1040 Feb 1, 8:26 a.m.

    Here is hopping the injuries are minor and not permanent and that the land owner has great insurance. You do not wait a year to remove a tree that may cause people or property loss

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