Hazardous trees include dead or dying trees, dead parts of living trees, or unstable live trees that are within striking distance of people or property. Hazardous trees have the potential to cause property damage, injury, or death in the event of a failure. In many instances, a hazardous tree assessment must be completed by a licensed arborist before it can be removed, particularly in cases of waterfront property. Timber Falls Tree Care can provide a hazardous tree assessment. A professional tree evaluation will let you know which trees are a hazard and need attention. Not all hazardous trees need to be removed, it could be just pruning to eliminate the hazard.