On May 28, a large (100#+) limb fell from the tree behind our apartment building. The tree is next to/partially over the parking space we are assigned. On May 31, a tree surgeon hired by the landlord helped remove the fallen limb and several other weak ones, but said more are likely to come down and he would recommended to the landlord to take out the trees. On June 3, when we asked if he was going to take down the tree and when, he said it was healthy and not to worry about it. On June 5, he said he would probably have it taken down but he had to wait til his tree surgeon returns from vacation next month. Today (June 13), another large limb fell. My husband sent the landlord the picture, and this time he said it is definitely time to take out those trees as soon as his tree surgeon returns. I have comprehensive insurance, but there is a $1000 deductible and I really can't afford it. So, given his knowledge of the dangerous state of the tree, AND given that my assigned parking space is very near the tree, is the landlord responsible if something happens to my car?