Hi! My name is XXXXX XXXXX I'll be the attorney assisting you.
BotXXXXX XXXXXne NO LIABILITY unless you knew that there was a dangerous tree that was infected or diseased on the property.
The fact is - that the neighbor's insurance company will pay for their damages
(including their vehicle).
Moreover, they have to remove the tree from their property - you don't have any liability for doing such.
The only way you are liable is - IF YOU KNEW OR SHOULD HAVE KNOWN that the tree was defective. That actually means that the neighbor put you on notice.
Because you are not an "aborist" - defective trees are not readily apparent to the lay person.
I would inform the neighbor to make claim to their insurance companies because you didn't know nor was it readily apparent that the tree was somehow defective - YOU JUST BOUGHT the property.
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