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Tree Cutting Litigation

Tree Cutting Issues

Utility Companies
Most people merely assume that when a utility company comes and cuts or trims trees around their house or on their property that the utility has some sort of easement or permit to do so.  Often the utility company assumes it does as well, but this may not be the case. If you believe a utility company has cut or trimmed trees wrongfully on your property, schedule a free half hour consultation with our law firm so we can discuss your case. Michigan has a punitive damages statute that may allow you to collect up to three times the value of trees. 

Adjoining Landowner Cutting
Our law firm has had several cases involving an adjacent landowner that has wrongfully cut trees on their neighbor's property. Michigan has a punitive damages statute that may allow you to collect up to three times the value of trees which also applies to this scenario. Call us today to see if you have a case.

Attorneys Brent Boncher and Frederick Boncher practice in this area of law.