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Mindy Rump holds golf ball-sized hail stone for a photographer following a severe thunderstorm in Blair, Neb. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

According to Matthew Nielsen, a director and meteorologist at RMS, hail is no longer an “attritional peril,” and insurers would be wise to make sure they’re covered in case of widespread, individual events, like those we saw across the Midwest this week.

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