There are many benefits to having trees on your property, including landscaping, shade, and the production of oxygen. That being said, sometimes these trees fall over and cause damage. This could be from a natural disaster, like a hurricane, lightning, or windstorm. Or, due to not being maintained properly, a tree could follow over because of disease, rot, and overgrowth. Regardless, a tree and/or its branches might cause damage to someone else’s property: their house, vehicle, and other valuable assets. Many homeowners assume that if the tree was grown on their property, they are responsible for the damage done to their neighbours’ property. This is valid thinking, but it is not always the case, depending on the person’s insurance policy. So, a question that should be answered is “who pays for a tree falling on neighbours’ property?” This article provides some basic information about that question.