The gate crasher! Gate crashing a party does not place the party's host in control of someone's actions; the gatecrasher does not surrender their free will and ability to act of their own volition when they choose to turn up at a party.
It should go on your neighbors insurance, he's the one whos responsible for the damage.
Not generally. If the repair man is responsible for damage, he is also responsible to repair it.
Yes, you are responsible for all the damage caused by your accident therefore if an object you hit goes on to cause further damage as a result of being hit then you are responsible for all the damage.
the person the vehicle was leased to is responsible as they are the ones that have caused the vehicle to need to be repossessed.
If your neighbor is liable through negligence for causing fire damage to your property you could file a claim on the liability portion of your neighbors insurance policy. If he caused the fire intentionally then his insurance company would not pay for damages as criminal acts are not covered.
The tree trimming service
The person who caused the damage.
Yes, in certain cases the landlord may be held liable for damage caused to a neighbor's property. This is typically the case if the landlord has failed to maintain the rental property in a safe and habitable condition, or if the tenant has caused damage due to negligence. The neighbor may be able to sue the landlord for damages. To get more detailed information you can visit real estate agents like Umega in Edinburgh, who are professional estate agents in Edinburgh.
If in California your neighbor is responsible for any damage that his tree has done to your property.
Yes. I know it's difficult to keep an eye on your children every minute of every day. But the fact remains, a child obviously cannot be held financially responsible for causing damage to someone else's property. So the burden falls to you. It's your child, so it's your responsibility, regardless of how attentive or inattentive a parent you are. I mean, it's certainly not your downstairs neighbors who are responsible for the damage! You can say "it's not my fault, my kid did it" all you want, but that argument falls apart when you consider that you are expecting your neighbors to pay for the damage done by some kid they don't even know.
no it was germany,hungary and italy who caused most of the damage in ww1
Just like any other accident,, You are responsible for the damage you caused. Either file a report with your insurer so they can cover the damage you caused, or pay them yourself for the Damage. It's your choice. The law requires you be Financially Responsible.