Ok so 4 days before Christmas a trampoline that is owned by people at the end off my street flew into the air and hit the power lines causing a blackout. Energy company was called and the came and restored the power to the street. When this happened I noticed my power was not on, I went outside and approached a representative of the energy supplier and asked him to have a look at my meter box attached to the house. He said this wouldn't be a problem when he looked he found that several of the fuses were blown. He replaced the blown ones and my lights came back on. I then tried the TV but to my horror it didn't work it had blown up. I then checked house and realised everything in my house that was plugged in to a power point did not work except my fridge and freezer. I lost my TV, aircon, washing machine, Internet modem, home phones, Austar, usb wall plugs, alarm clocks, DVD players. When I went to see owners of trampoline and asked anthem what were they going to do they told me that it is not their responsibility and they are not liable for the damages. I am not the only person in the street that lost something but It did hit my house the worst. I live in a department of housing property that has not had the meter box upgraded with surge protectors. My main question is who holds responsibility i do not have home insurance and cannot afford to replace the things lost. Who is liable and has to replace my things?