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Hail Damage

At Precision, we understand how stressful and overwhelming it can be to deal with insurance companies, especially after experiencing property damage or loss. That's why we offer professional negotiation services to help you get the maximum payment available for your claim. Our team of experienced public adjusters will work on your behalf to review and analyze your insurance policy, assess the damage to your property, and negotiate with the insurance company to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve. Don't let insurance companies take advantage of you - let us handle the negotiations and get the best possible outcome for your claim.

The Hidden Impact of Hail

  • Hail -related insured losses between 2000 and 2019 averaged between $8 billion to $14 billion a year, according to Aon.
  • There were 3,763 major hailstorms in 2021, according to the NOAA’s Severe Storms database.
  • In 2017, more than 10.7 million properties in the United States were affected by one or more damaging hail events.

What Happens During a Hailstorm?

Hailstorms can wreak havoc on your property and vehicles, causing significant damage that can last long after the storm has passed. Hailstones form when updrafts carry water droplets to freezing temperatures, causing the droplets to freeze and accumulate more water as they fall to the ground. During a hailstorm, hailstones can vary in size and can cause damage to roofs, siding, windows, and more. It’s important to note that even small cracks or holes can lead to water leaks and damage over time. Additionally, hailstorms can cause power outages and flooding, which can compound the damage to your property. It’s crucial to take immediate action to mitigate any ongoing damage and ensure that your insurance claim covers all necessary repairs.

Being Prepared for a Hailstorm


That’s correct! Having a public adjuster on your side can help take the burden off of you when it comes to dealing with your insurance company and making sure you get the maximum payout for your claim. Public adjusters are licensed professionals who work on behalf of the policyholder to negotiate with the insurance company and ensure that all damages are properly documented and accounted for in the claim. They can also help expedite the claims process and ensure that all necessary paperwork is completed and submitted in a timely manner.

Don't battle your insurance company without consulting a public adjuster.
You could be leaving a significant amount of compensative reward money on the table.