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May 2013
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The Queen of Sheeeba [userpic]
As I've already posted all over the internet. . .

One of our mulberry trees was uprooted in the storm, uplifting our shed, smashing the back fence and falling squarely on our neighbor's house.

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We went over about an hour ago but no one was home. He have no idea how to deal with it. As I said elsewhere, we are not lumberjacks and the tree is easily 30 feet tall. What to do, what to do?


Don't do anything yet, let their insurance people take a look at things first. Most likely their insurance will cover an arborist or some such to come take care of the tree. If they don't have insurance, then as a good neighbor you'd have to do something. Right now- wait and see.

I'd call your insurance agent. They should either have the info you need or be able to point you to it.

Still no answer. I'll call insurance tomorrow.

After calling insurance, call 311? I'm sort of making a joke, but they do claim they can help with that sort of thing, right?

I do not believe 311 covers Nassau county.

Ah, forgot you were in Nassau. Would the local fire dept be able to add you to the list of people to help? Man, I suck at advice.