So if I like my piece of country property as a preserve.
In most cases, the answer is “no.” When such damage occurs to your neighbor’s home due to forces outside your control, e.g., weather events, your neighbors may have to file a claim with their insurer to receive a reimbursement for the damage a down tree or branches cause. There is. Jan 05, “If a storm causes your neighbor’s tree to fall in your yard, some homeowners’ insurance policies would help cover the cost of removing the tree.” “The same is true in reverse: If a tree on your property falls in your neighbor’s yard, your neighbor should handle clean up and check with his or her insurance company to determine what type of coverage is available” says Burns.
A homeowner would most likely be held liable for damages for a tree that fell on a neighbor’s property if they had received prior notice from a professional that the tree was hazardous.
In New York state, this would occur if, for instance, a property owner has been informed by a tree service that there is a dead tree on their property. Jul 22, Yenser, Pa. Dist.
& Cnty. Dec. LEXIS (Common Pleas Ct, Carbon County, Pa., January 23). Bill and Becky Keiper complained that for more than five years, the roots of Yensers’ willow tree have been extending into their land and penetrating their sewer line, which has cost the Keipers