Not much you can do about this, but sounds a bit scammy.RBosche wrote: ↑Apr 4th, 2017 10:41 amSo not so much there are several things wrong with my post as you needing clarification...I have other concerns but my reason for coming on this forum is to determine if I should be paying for damage that my son 'may have' done to the car. Excuse me for not disclosing everything in fine detail.
So...here r ur answers
1) My son and his friends are 13/14yr olds in a school yard...no parent supervision. Two boys brought the tree from one of their yards and dumped it in the parking lot prior to my son ariving. When my son was leaving with a couple other boys, he opted to drag the tree over to the grass but dropped it when the older boy chased after him
2) Not my concern where the tree came from ( a lazy homeowner who couldn't be bothered to get rid of it?) but answered in #1
3) I have little concern about what transpired with the boys providing it stays as a one off
4) The parents whose care supposedly got damaged are also the parents of the boy who chased my son away
IMO sounds like a primitive version of the reverse car scam (parents get the kids to chase your kid, and hope the tree damages their car and you pay $$). And without dashcam evidence, the courts most often favour the scammers.
But again, this is all circumstantial.
Chalk one up for an unfortunate event I suppose. :\