VIDEO: Car Window Shattered by Rock from Lawnmower; Landscaping Company Returns to Pay for It

Submitted: Earlier today a rock shot out as a worker for “Landscaper E&G” was doing a yard, and broke the window of a car parked across the street.

He came back later to pay for an accident that he did not have to.

“Excellent Work & Very Honest.”

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  1. I had same the thing with M&R and he paid for my new back window in full even though I offered to split the cost with him. A real mentch

    • Because he caused it and more likely because it’s a good business decision. If he didn’t pay for the damage he caused, he’d lose the business of the entire block.

  2. They certainly did need to pay for it. By the way, make sure the seat is well vaccumed before using the car. The glass breaks into a million small pieces which can easily cause glass splinters. I needed to replace the fabric on my seat because I couldn’t get out the embeded glass.

  3. Landscaper E&G: “We Were Caught Between a Rock and a Hard Place.”
    Landscaper E&G on Tuesday released the following statement explaining its decision to pay for the damages caused by a rock that shot out from an employee’s lawnmower:
    “Not paying for the damages caused by the ROCK would have been easier for us financially, however, it was too HARD of a choice for us to accept. Ultimately, we were caught between a ROCK and a HARD place – and we made the correct decision and the HARD choice of paying for the damages caused by the ROCK.”
    One Lakewood customer summed up the decision best when he sent out a tweet of praise to the landscaping company saying:
    “Landscaper E&G, you guys really ROCK!”

  4. This is also a lesson that no people should be on lawn when mowing. And of course check before mowing to see if there are any hard objects – like rock or battery that can get thrown. it can be very dangerous.

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