Money Moral Dilemma: Should neighbour pay as her son smashed the window
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Should neighbour pay as her son smashed the window?
A neighbour's young son accidentally smashed our car window whilst playing on the street. The neighbour apologised and then quickly returned home. We were forced to part with £50 (the insurance excess) to arrange repair. We informed our neighbour but she refused to put anything towards the repairs on the grounds that (a) she couldn't afford it and (b) it was an accident. What should I do?
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NB By Martin:
TO THOSE SAYING THIS ISNT A MONEY MORAL DILEMMA THE NEIGHBOUR SHOULD PAY - JUST A NOTE
THE QUESTION IS "WHAT SHOULD I DO?" NOT WHO SHOULD PAY.
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