It's Your Responsibility To Notify Your Insurance About Hail Damage
Hail Damage And Hail Damage Claims
Hail can fall suddenly, without notice. Hail can range in size from small pea-sized hail to large stones the size of baseballs (or sometimes even bigger). In June 2010, a storm in South Dakota produced hailstones that were up to 8 inches in diameter and weighed more than 1 pound.
After a hail storm, you should inspect your property looking for things such as cracked windows, dents on your vehicles, damage to trees, siding, HVAC systems, gutters and of course shingles.
Hailstorms can create damage that is less obvious and a public adjuster can help determine the scope of the related damages; not just the visible ones. A public adjuster will guide you through the claim process ensuring that paperwork is completed properly and that your claim is maximized to cover your loss.
Your insurance has experts that look out for their best interests. Shouldn't you?