AUSTIN, Texas (April 12, 2011) Every spring, hail storms wreak havoc in Texas. In fact, the state of Texas has exposure to nine different types of natural disasters - the most among any state in the country. The recent hail storms and wildfires that have affected large areas of the state are grim reminders of the severity of weather in the Lone Star State.
After every storm strikes, the questions start rolling in starting with "I wonder if my insurance covers that…." Part of your disaster preparation should include reviewing your insurance policies and double checking your coverage. Call your agent to review your policy in depth.
Here are some things to think about as you look over your policy:
If disaster strikes this spring or summer, here are some tips on what to do:
Patti Kelly, State Farm Insurance at (512) 918-5565.
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