The question I have is this:
I am finding that many investment companies are willing to accept a large amount of liability with tree issues due to “annual planned budget per location” over clearing out the issues and tapping into the larger money pool of the investment company. In my opinion it is such a risk to leave even the small issues in regards to trees because the tree isn’t “dead” or “dying”. I understand budget is different per location an investment company owns, but wouldn’t it make more sense to rid the overall investment company of almost all liability than dance with disaster?
I guess in plain words: Why would companies be willing to risk a liability like this?