if the cops thought you knew you hit it, then probably, but if you really didnt know then the cops wont trouble you, but the person my file a law suit or something like that, so probably no
A lot depending on how much you damage you did to it
a lot a lot
You still had a accident. What you hit was a curb.
CFC's are causing damage to ozone layer. They react with ozone to deplete it.
A rock hitting your windshield and causing minor damage is not a significant issue, but it should be reported by filing a claim. It is very possible that your windshield can be repaired for little or no cost at all.
The volcano that erupted in AD 79 and destroyed the ancient Roman city of Pompeii was Mount Vesuvius. The eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD was one of the deadliest volcanic eruptions in human history, burying the cities of Pompeii, Herculaneum, and Stabiae under layers of ash and pumice.
Coils have the strange property that when electricity is released from them, they reverse polarity and spike the remaining current back towards the source. The diode is there to "block" this from hitting the power supply and potentially causing damage.
causing harm or damage
Your collision coverage should pay for the damage caused by hitting the tree.Comprehensive insurance covers water damage, hail and flood. However, in your scenario, the damage was only indirectly caused by the water. Damage to your car caused by hitting another car or a fixed object is paid for by your collision coverage.
Do you mean "break" or "brake"? They brake (stop) by hitting the Earth, typically. The force of hitting the Earth may contribute to their breaking (further damage).
Tree roots can grow to be very big and powerful causing damage to rocks, cement, and other such materials. Tree roots damage rocks by causing them to crack or become crushed under their weight.
It is impossible to answer this question without knowing what is causing the damage and the extent.