Probably. Contact your insurance. They may file against your neighbor's insurance.
You should run the claim through your insurance first. The neighbor or their insurance company can come after you for damages.
Definetely you can claim for the damages caused by the tree falling on your house. The Insurance companies cover these damages under the property insurance. Just you have provide the photos of the damaged house aas an evidence to claim your money.
You can make a claim, but if you are claiming the same damages that is insurance fraud and it is a federal crime. If you have unrelated damages you can make a claim, or you can disclose the prior claim to your insurance carrier and they will advise you if there is any coverage that would apply.
In all likliehood - your insurance company would pay to repair your dwelling and then they would take action (called "subrogation") against your neighbors insurance company to collect from their insuror.
I've had a similar issue - I was told to make my neighbour personally liable for any damage and subsequently they can make the claim asked the personal liability section of their house insurance. Thus their house insurance settling my claim for damages
You are not responsible nor liable for Acts of Nature. The windstorm coverage on your policy covers your home, not the neighbors. Your neighbors Homeowners Insurance Policy will cover his damages as stated in the terms of his Policy. It's no different than if his own tree fell on his house.
If your husband was cutting down or trimming a tree and the result was damage to your neighbors property, that would indicate direct liability. You and your husband are liable for the cost of damages he caused.
Barring some provable negligence, Nobody is liable for an act of nature. Your home insurance should provide coverage for a natural hazard such as this, Likewise if your tree fell on your neighbors house, the same would apply. The neighbors insurance would take car of the neighbors house.Depends on a lot of things. Generally, the tree is considered part of the land. Where it falls is who is initially responsible for the damages. From there, it gets legal depending on multiple factors.
No, homeowner's insurance only overs damages on the house.
Auto insurance: An accident that damages your vehicleDisability insurance: An injury that causes you to lose wagesHomeowners insurance: A fire in your house that damages your personal possessionsHealth insurance: An illness that involves a trip to the doctor.
Your Auto Liability Insurance will offer coverages for damages resulting from automobile ownership. Homeowners Insurance does not cover autos or auto accidents.
Content house insurance covers the items, or content, of the home itself. It does not cover the home as a structure and you will need separate insurance for that.