Verisk provides detailed, analytics of weather, climate, and environmental perils to help you understand and manage risk to better allocate field staff, improve customer satisfaction, reduce workflow cycle time, and support growth.
These natural hazard analyses span both catastrophe and non-catastrophe events that affect underwriting, claims, and enterprise risk.
Use Respond predictive analytics to correlate each storm’s severity and anticipate the storm’s effects on your policies-in-force so you can better mitigate risk, improve service, and optimize response resources.
Give claims teams natural hazard analysis reports and maps for each property, including property-specific date-of-loss and history analysis for wind, hail, and lightning.
A GIS weather command center for visualizing Respond peril shapefiles, policies-in-force, and relational property imagery for analyzing impactful weather events.
A package of up to 6 overhead images of a property covering multiple angles. It’s it comes with additional data characteristics that can help you understand pre-damage conditions and verify loss details.
Hail Damage Score assesses the potential for pre-existing hail damage to a property. Hail Risk Score measures the likelihood of future damage over the short to medium term.
FireLine provides property-specific wildfire hazard scores based on the risk factors of fuel, slope, and access, and identifies risks exposed to wind-borne embers.
PCS is the insurance industry’s trusted source for compiling and reporting estimates of catastrophic insured property losses.
Changing weather patterns are creating new challenges for insurers that cover hail events and the severe thunderstorms that often produce them. This report analyzes U.S. hail activity in 2020 including breakdowns of severe weather events and the most active states and counties.
Hurricane activity is rising in the Atlantic Basin, causing increased amounts of catastrophic damage along the coastal cities of the southeastern United States. This white paper explores the science behind the tracking of hurricane wind and how Verisk’s hurricane solution presents the most comprehensive and accurate view of tropical storm and hurricane winds.
Each year, thousands of thunderstorms develop and move through areas of the U.S., producing lightning, rainfall, and, in some events, large damaging hail, in turn causing billions of dollars in losses. This white paper takes a closer look at hail in the US, how these severe weather events are tracked, and how Verisk makes use of cutting-edge developments in both the science of hail detection and data processing.
The Verisk annual property reports are loaded with useful claims and reconstruction historical trends from the U.S., Canada, and the UK.
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