Mother Nature wrapped up Colorado's traditional hail season with a September 29 storm that pounded thousands of vehicles and roofs—causing wide-spread damage and street flooding and pelted the south metro area with golf ball-sized hail. The storm caused an estimated $213.3 million in insured losses resulting from 43,584 auto and homeowners insurance claims filed so far. The damage estimates include 29,297 car insurance claims adding up to more than $87.2 million and 14,287 property insurance claims at more than $126 million. The estimate puts this storm in the top ten as the state's 8th most expensive hailstorm. More...
Here's what you need to know:
• Colorado Hail Background & Statistics
• Insurance Company Claim Contact Information
Filing an Auto Insurance Claim
Hail, wind, fire or flood damage to vehiclesis covered if you carry comprehensive insurance on your auto policy.
Filing a Homeowners Insurance Claim
Homeowners insurance covers damage from hail and wind. Property damage resulting from rising water is covered by a separate flood insurance policy.