State Farm® Ready For 2011 Storm Season--Are You?
Bloomington, Ill, March 22, 2011 Spring has arrived, and with it comes severe weather. Already this month State Farm has dispatched national catastrophe services teams across the country to assist local State Farm agents and claims personnel in accessing wind and hail damage.
The first wind and rain event of the season resulted in more than 10,000 claims across the country.
See how your state compares to others when it comes to most common insurance claims.
There isn't a community in the nation that is immune to severe weather, but being prepared for spring storms can help you weather the inevitable.
Before severe weather strikes your neighborhood take some time to prepare:
When severe weather rolls in, monitor the radio for weather updates. If you are instructed to evacuate, go to a shelter as directed by local authorities.
If you experience property damage during severe weather, contact your State Farm agent or
Kim Lust, Public Affairs Specialists, (740) 364-5484
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