On Superbowl Sunday a drunk driver crashed into our Japanese Maple tree (I believe it was a Bloodgood), destroying it. We were heartbroken as the tree was unbelievably gorgeous, especially in the fall. It was the primary feature of our lawn and held so many memories. We're still getting over its loss. This whole situation has been very disheartening and everyone says, "It's just a tree". I know that's true, but it is still hard to deal with. We are in the process of dealing with insurance companies and trying to find a replacement tree. The Japanese Maple which we lost was about 28 years old and stood over 20 feet tall. When checking locally, I can't find anyone who has access to a tree taller than 10 feet. I've spent the last week trying to find a tree and get a second estimate but no one has been able to give me a price for a tree anywhere close to the size of what we lost. Can anyone lead me in the right direction for where I can get a valuation of a 20+ foot tall, 25+ year old Bloodgood Japanese Maple and/or help me find a tree to replace ours?