Our daughter was at a friends house, and was being supervised by the friend's mother. She left to go shopping and didn't let us know that the kids (friend is 9, our daughter is 10) were left alone. Playing outside, our daughter hit a skateboarding ramp in their driveway and fell forward, landed on the right side of her face, and knocked out her front (permanent) tooth. She is going to have to have several non-permanent replacements for her tooth as she grows, and then will have to have an implant at 17 or 18 which will be at LEAST $5,000. This could also cause her to lose other teeth due to nerve damage. We are trying to figure out what the best way to proceed is, and who is liable for the injury. Her dental insurance won't cover this, and we don't have the money pay for all of this.