I read a number of related posts to breaking a window while mowing, and all of them seemed to imply that in such cases the LCO should be responsible. Does everyone agree with this? We work on a sizable low end commercial property (100 unit apartment complex spread across many buildings nothing above 2 story). This place is very trashy and the pay is not good. (One of the owners of this complex runs a property mgmt company which uses us to do many other properties at a fair rate, so I feel obliged to accept this property so as not to jeopardize other business). Anyway, we broke a 2nd story window and are expected to pay for it. The price pressure from the on-site property mgr is crazy, I feel like a turnip being squeezed for blood (example: mow every 10 days mow lower). We receive very few side jobs on this property as maximizing cash flow seems to be the priority. The trash, junk, etc is out of control . We chew up one dog chain a week as we are almost force to focus on speed to maintain a very small margin. Does anyone maintain properties like this where the emphasis is on low price get it done, as opposed to quality? Do you always feel the LCO is responsible for incidental damage where no negligence is involved? (I would feel responsible at a residential property, but in the case of an apartment complex that exists to make money, I feel this a cost of them doing business).