Billions of dollars of damage occurs each year as a result of weather events and catastrophes that strike the U.S. Among the biggest damage producers are large hail-producing thunderstorms that pass over populated areas. Following these CAT hailstorms, thousands of new hail claims come pouring in — some are legitimate and some are not. As a result, obtaining accurate weather information and hail reports for each specific loss location is now more important than ever. Forensic Weather Consultants is pleased to introduce an incredibly reliable way to determine when hail occurred and how large it was at a specific address. Plus, if the case proceeds to litigation, we can provide more detailed studies and an in-depth report that can be used in depositions and live trial testimony. The use of reliable data sources and qualified experts who are educated and experienced in their field of expertise has never been more important.

New Technology To Determine Historical Hail Sizes and Dates of Loss

When dealing with hail claims, two of the most common questions asked are: 1) When was the last time large hail occurred? and 2) How large was the hail on a specific date? Many times, the reported date of loss was on a day when there wasn't a cloud in the sky. Answering these questions with accuracy used to be time consuming and costly, but now we have introduced a reliable way to determine this.

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