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Oct 18, What to do about tree damage to carat an apartment complex? Approximately 3 huge tree branches fell on my car over 3 weeks ago. Initially the property manager accepted liability and assured me that they would pay for all damages; there was no need to worry, “We are going to take care of you.” They took multiple pictures of everything. Dec 06, My car was parked at my apartment complex and a rotted tree fell on my car.

I spoke with a Travelers Insurance agent and he told me that the complex is liable for my damage since they knew the tree was rotted and never cut it down. The problem is that it has been 4 months since it happened and they still have not fixed my car. What can I do? Nov 29, There isn't.





TJ is right, it would fall under the 'act of god' category just like if it were to happen in a parking lot at Wal-Mart. I used to work for an apartment that once had a tree fall through the roof of an apartment. Like, straight into the kids bedroom (thankfully, no one was home).

Apr 02, I am not a FL lawyer, but the general rule is that owner of trees are only responsible for falling limbs (or falling trees) if they have prior notice of a dangerous condition of the tree. I can't resist mentioning that a neighbor's tree once fell on my car in my driveway and flattened it.

The tree was dead and was obviously rotten before it fell. Tree fell on car in Apartment complex. Hi, So a few weeks ago I was parked in my sisters apartment complex while we took her car to the park with her kids. When we came back there was a giant tree branch that snapped and landed on my car, caving in the roof and denting it all over the place.

My insurance covered the rest of what I owed on the car. Original question: If a tenant in an apartment complex has a tree fall on their car, is the complex liable at all? Well that depends on who owns the tree. If the car is parked near the property line and the tree is across the property line on someone else’s property, then no, the property owner would be responsible and liable.

Sep 28, Posted on Oct 1, You do not state enough facts about what damage the tree is doing to answer the question properly, so I will speak in the general: Generally speaking, if the tree is healthy, and an"act of God" such as lightning, storm, severe winds etc. cause for example, the tree limb to fall on your car and damage it, noone is liable.





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