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my son left his bicycle at his friends house and it

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my son left his bicycle at his friends house and it has been destroyed we thin it was purposely desroyed by his friend but the friend says his sister ran it over with her car what ca we legally do
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Criminal Law
Expert:  Jane Doe Deer replied 8 years ago.

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Here are all the options I can think:

1. If your son's friend is a minor, his parents are responsible to buy a new, equivalent bike.

2. If your son's sister ran over the bike, she or her insurance should pay for a new bike.

3. If your son's friend and/or his sister or parents refuse to pay, you can take the parents and/or sister to Small Claims Court.


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