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Merlin View Drop Down
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    Posted: 05/March/2018 at 15:24
A 12-year-old boy (alledgedly drunk would you believe) smashed my window while visiting our neighbour's son, when they were supposed to be at school.There was no adult supervision at the time. The single mother was at work.
There was no reason for the attack as I don't even know the neighbour. I haven't called the police because of possible reprisals.
I am an aged pensioner in my late seventies and cannot afford to get the window fixed, which is quite large. So, who is responsible for the repairs?

DoogleMcFroogle View Drop Down
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  Quote DoogleMcFroogle Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05/March/2018 at 16:06
Explain the situation the the boys parents and get them to pay for it. If they dont pay, then get the police involved ( maybe lodge a report anyway ).
Can you claim on your House and contents insurance? This may be the way to go to save all the hassle you may have with the boys parents etc....

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