A tree fell on your car in the condo where you live can you sue for damages?

Answer Nobody can be held legally liable for an act of nature. Your auto Insurance comprehensive coverage will cover damages to your car. It does not matter who owned the tree or where it came from. If y... Read More »

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If a leak from my condo damaged the condo below mine and neither of us have insurance who would be responsible for paying for the damages?

If it was determined that the condominium did not bear any blame, then you are the one who would be responsible.

Does an Illinois condo owner have to submit a claim on their own insurance even if damages were caused by another condo owner's water leak?

This kind of unfortunate situation that occurs in multi-family housing must be addressed on two levels: First, identify the source, stop the leak, repair what's causing it, and clean up the damage.... Read More »

Who is required to pay for damages to personal property caused by a roofing co hired by your Condo Home Owners Association?

Take your evidence and your claim to the board, and work with them to determine which insurance company pays for the damage, yours or the master policy that covers the association. Depending on th... Read More »

Can your condominium association decline to pay for damages if a window leaked and caused damage to the wall on the inside of the condo?

You can find the answer you want in your governing documents. There, you can find out who owns the window. If you own it, then you are responsible; if the association owns it, then the association ... Read More »