Hire an engineer - or see if the insurance carrier will hire an engineer - to see if the foundation is okay.
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I agree with Mr. Rothstein. Hire an engineer to confirm that there is no damage. If there is damage, and your insurer will not cover it, then you can bring suit against the neighbor.
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