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Aug 18, Below you will find everything you need to know so you can keep a cool head when your neighbor’s tree falls on your fence or in your yard. Step One: Making An Insurance Claim If your neighbor’s tree has fallen on your property, it is you who is responsible for the damage treedelimbing.buzzted Reading Time: 3 mins. Feb 15, Trees can be tricky, but for the most part homeowners are responsible for what falls into their own yard.

So if a storm causes your neighbor’s tree to fall in your yard, your homeowners insurance could help cover the cost of removing the tree and remedying the damage it caused on your property, after your deductible. The same is true in reverse: If a tree on your property falls in your Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins.

My tree blows over in a hurricane onto my neighbors fence and lawn - they're paying for it.

May 22, I lost a tree and it fell on part on my neighbor’s fence, and he is becoming a bit belligerent over it. The first thing you should do is review your homeowner’s insurance policy and see if Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins. Jul 30, The tree owner is responsible, if he’s been warned to take it down and he didn’t. If your neighbor’s trees are a threat to your property – if they look weak, rotting, or dying – ask them to take them down.

It is the owners responsibility if the tree is dead or diseased.

Some signs of a dying tree include: Late-blooming or early-dropping leaves. Cracked or peeling bark. Dead outer treedelimbing.buzzted Reading Time: 3 mins. If your neighbors tree branches overhang your yard you have the rights to trim the branches (at the boundary fence line). The branches belong to the owner of the tree. Place the branches in the owners yard for them to dispose of. It is advisable to speak to your neighbor first stating your intentions.