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Denton Storm Damage Alert

Thunderstorms hit Denton County Causing Millions in Storm Damage

Several severe thunderstorms with very large hail moved across Denton County during the afternoon and evening of Thursday, April 3. Numerous reports of large hail up to the size of baseballs and softballs accompanied the storms as they moved across Denton County and the city of Denton. 

A tornado warning was issued for Denton county based on Doppler Radar evidence of strong circulation. Several funnel clouds were Reported…but storm spotters did not report any tornadoes across Denton county. Significant damage occurred from the large hail in Denton county. However, the storm survey team has made the preliminary assessment that no tornadoes occurred across Denton county on April 3.

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Several rounds of severe weather, including reported tornadoes and monster hail, left storm damage across in Denton and areas of north Texas on Thursday.  Policyholders filing insurance claims are strongly encouraged to take photos of damage on the roof, air conditioning units, window, fences, cars and other properties around you.

  • Immediately mitigate damage.
  • Photograph damage before doing repairs.
  • ICRS will review commercial property owner’s insurance policies at NO CHARGE.
  • Contact your insurance company in writing to open a claim.

If you are dealing with insurance claims and want professional help, please contact me today at scott@insuranceclaimrecoverysupport.com

Insurance Claim Recovery Support (ICRS) is a licensed public adjusting firm that specializes in large commercial loss insurance claims. We are policyholder advocates who solely represent policyholders’ interests, NOT the insurance company.


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Texas Tops List of States with Most Wind and Hail Damage Insurance Claims

Texas Residents Filed Almost 50,000 Wind and Hail Damage Claims in 2012

Texas tops the list for the most claims filed in 2012 according to a State Farm report with residents filing some 47,000 claims, followed by Illinois with 41,000, New York with about 34,000, Ohio with 31,000, Missouri with 25,000, Tennessee with 24,000, Indiana and New Jersey with 23,000, Kentucky with 22,000 and Colorado with 16,000.

The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) reported in July 2013 that insurance claims resulting from hailstorm damage increased 84 percent in 2012 from their 2010 level. In 2010, there were 467,602 hail damage claims filed. That number increased to 689,267 in 2011 and to 861,597 in 2012—an overall increase of 84 percent from 2010 to 2012.

Over 2 million hail damage claims were processed from Jan. 1, 2010, to Dec. 31, 2012. During this period, the top five states generating hail damage claims were Texas (320,823); Missouri (138,857); Kansas (126,490); Colorado (118,118) and Oklahoma (114,168).

In 2010, 2011 and 2012, Texas was the state with the most hailstorm events with 557, 741 and 795, respectively.

If you are dealing with a Wind and Hail Damage Insurance Claim for your commercial building or home, you may be entitled to an insurance claim settlement. Contact an experienced licensed Public Insurance Adjuster to ensure you are getting the settlement you deserve. Call Insurance Claim Recovery Support today at (855) 203-2226 for a complimentary claim consultation.


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Read more about hail damage in Texas here:

Dallas Hailstorm Insured Losses Could Reach $2 Billion

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Don’t Wait to Get Your Hailstorm Insured Losses Adjusted

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Undetected hail and wind damage typically cannot be identified from the ground and can potentially cost you thousands making a bad situation worse.

If your property damage insurance claim settlement has been delayed, denied or underpaid, we can help.  We’ve settled millions of dollars in commercial hail and wind claims throughout Texas and we’d like to help you achieve the same results and tremendous value other clients have gained from our services.

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3. If we find an insurable loss, we will give you and your owners a free, no-obligation, no-pressure opinion of claim recovery.
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McAllen Plummeted With Historic Hail Storm in March 2012

Historic Hail – Mid Valley Blitzed by Hours of Hail, Wind, Flooding

Intense thunderstorms raked the highly populated McAllen/Edinburg/Mission area of Hidalgo County during the mid evening of March 29th. The storms dumped hail up the size of baseballs for more than half an hour, drove that hail with 70 to 75 mph winds, added 4 to 6 inches of torrential rains, and produced frequent cloud to ground lightning. Initial storms developed across the King Ranch during the mid afternoon of March 29th, and spread west into northern Hidalgo and Starr County by early evening. The storms, fed by warm, humid air near the surface, colder air aloft, and boundaries (providing lift) from earlier storms which moved across the Coastal Bend, appeared to have intensified further as they approached the highly populated Edinburg/McAllen/Mission area. Why they intensified was a mystery, but one possibility was the interaction with an upper level disturbance moving across northeast Mexico. This disturbance spawned dangerous storms in Nuevo Léon and Tamaulipas, and boundaries from these cells may have been the ultimate trigger to a night hundreds of thousands will not forget.

The City of McAllen won’t soon forget the scary evening of March 29th. Preliminary storm reports received as the event was unfolding can be found here. The following is a sampling of the hail damage and devastation experienced by many, particularly in the north half of the city.

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Was your commercial business damaged during the March 2012 Hidalgo County hail storm? Let the team at Insurance Claim Recovery Support adjust your hail damage insurance claim to get you the outcome you deserve.

Tremendous tornado damage as twisters and hail tear through areas near Dallas

Twisters caused millions of dollars of tornado damage in South Dallas

Up to a dozen tornadoes touched down in areas south of Dallas on Tuesday, tossing tractor-trailers hundreds of feet into the air and causing widespread tornado damage, especially in Lancaster and Arlington. At least 17 people were injured but there were no reported deaths.

As the storm system moved northeast, it spawned another tornado in Forney, a suburb just east of Dallas, where the fire station and several homes were hit and the high school saw roof damage, NBC News reported. Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport was hit by large hail and more than 225 outbound flights were canceled, NBCDFW.com reported. Travelers were taken to shelters as the storms passed. American Airlines canceled all its remaining flights Tuesday to inspect for hail damage.

One tornado hit the Flying J Truck Plaza in Dallas, tossing two trucks, said driver Michael Glennon, who caught the destruction on his video camera.

“The second trailer is ripped to pieces and thrown 50 to 100 feet into the air,” Reuters quoted him as saying.

Ten to 12 tornadoes touched down during a massive storm that brought chaos from high winds, rain and hail to the nation’s fourth most populous metropolitan area, said National Weather Service meteorologist Jesse Moore. Seven people were injured in the suburb of Arlington, police said. Most suffered only minor injuries but one person hit by a falling tree was in critical condition, said Arlington police spokeswoman Cheryl Carpenter.

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