April 11, 2020 Severe Storms in Kansas City, Kansas
On Saturday, April 11th, 2020 a widespread hailstorm occurred which majorly affected the Kansas City, KS area. 11 hail reports were received, noting hail as large as 1.75″ and an average size of 1.32″. The storms also affected other nearby cities such as Topeka, Kansas and St. Joseph, Missouri. Hail claims have been pouring in because of the storm as property owners have taken note of the damage. There are an estimated 12,052 properties which have been impacted by 1.5″ hail or larger.
Kansas ranked 2nd for States with the most major hail events in 2019, according to the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Nationwide, 2019 has been possibly the most expensive year on record for total property damage due to hail. Experts believe that hailstorms cost the economy as much as $20 Billion dollars per year in direct property losses and other indirect ways.
Our experts can verify the extent and timeframe of hail damage
- Verify extent of hail damage to roofs, HVAC units and building exteriors
- Resolve damage disputes for flood, hail, tornado and wind claims
- Perform umpire services for damage appraisals
- Provide cost estimates or itemize required repairs
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