All posts tagged 'property damage'

Hurricanes and Coverage for Grey Oaks, Fairways, Greens and Trees

August 12, 2019 00:00
by J. Wylie Donald
Hurricanes wreck things. All are familiar with the multi-billion dollar costs associated with major hurricanes like Katrina and Andrew; smaller storms may not wreak as much havoc but to those in harm’s way, they can have just as much impact. Owners of buildings buy insurance for such eventualities. Things away from buildings – like trees - may have less protection.

Florida | Insurance

Experts and Baseball-Sized Hail Insurance Claims – a View from the Plains

May 29, 2019 23:50
by J. Wylie Donald
There were severe storms across the plains recently. “Residents of Wellington, Texas are sharing pictures of extremely large, baseball-sized hail on social media.” For those of us in the East, we are skeptical of such claims. If a baseball falls out of the sky and hits you, it can kill you. Exactly. Photographic evidence lays the skeptic to rest.

Insurance | Weather

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