I saw a couple of posts in some other areas on this topic but none that answered my question. I had a tree service come to my house and take out some very large pines that were a possible danger to the house. In the process of taking out the trees the crew caused some damage including; cracking and breaking part of the driveway, dropping a large top portion of one of the trees onto some other tress we just had installed, rutting out large portions of the yard, and running over and breaking some bushes in a couple of landscape beds, rutting out the yard and tearing up the grass. The crew was cutting and lower the limbs with robes the first day, but just cut and dropped the limbs on the second, which seems to have caused most of the landscape damage. I wouldn't be so mad if they had told us that this kind of damage might occur, and we were never told about the use of a Bobcat. I not even that mad about the grass, understanding that the portions of trees were to heavy to lift by hand. I did meet with the owner of the company and he told me none of this is his fault including the driveway and that this was typical of this type of tree extraction. Is this true? The owner said it wasn't his fault the driveway was installed incorrectly. Don't most of these companies carry insurance for this very reason. Any advise or comments would be very helpful.