Billion-Dollar Hail Loss Underscores Risk of ‘Unpredictable’ Severe Weather | Burns & Wilcox

Parts of Texas and Oklahoma are still assessing the toll of destruction after hail reportedly as large as softballs left swaths of damage to homes, cars and other property on April 28.

 

“We are starting to see weather becoming less predictable than it had been in the past. The normal wildfire season, for example, is starting earlier and ending later. Last year with hurricanes, we saw them starting earlier and lasting later, and coming in numbers that we had not seen before.” –Bill Gatewood, Corporate Senior Vice President, National Personal Insurance Practice Leader, Burns & Wilcox, Detroit/Farmington Hills, Michigan

 

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