Our neighbors horses got out the other night and wandered to our house. They chewed up our front porch steps and they also chewed on the back bumper to our car. Our bumper now has a dozen or so teeth marks and scratches on it. The horses did this because of the salt that is put out to melt the ice. I've contacted the neighbor and explained the damages that where done and asked him to "make right" the damages that were done (pay to have our bumper repaired).
How long should I wait for him to contact me back before I take him to small claims court? I want the neighbor to pay for the damages, because the damages where done by his animals.
This isn't the 1st time his horses have gotten out, but it's the 1st time damages have been done. We live about 500ft from the road and this particular neighbor lives across the street from us.
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