Changing weather patterns are creating new challenges for insurers that cover hail events and the severe thunderstorms that often produce them.
Hail damage can take time to detect, leading to delayed claims. But data and analytics can help insurers manage these risks more effectively.
This report reviews and summarizes U.S. hail activity in 2021, including breakdowns of severe events and the most active states and counties. You’ll also learn about the impacts of hail activity in new regions, the possible near-term effects of climate change, and how increased hail activity may affect roof replacement.
See where hail exposures are growing based on ultra-precise data and Verisk-exclusive scientific methodologies.
Assess a property’s potential for existing hail damage based on location-specific weather history.
See where and when hail losses are reported in real time to guide you in making fast, effective decisions throughout the claims cycle.
Get property- and date-specific reports on hail, wind, and lightning activity to assess and triage losses and combat fraud.
Receive automated, detailed analysis of storm effects to help anticipate and respond to impacts more accurately.
Distribute and manage claim assignments and get detailed reports, including Benchmark™ alerts, to assess key information.
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