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Damaging hail is one of nature's costliest weather perils. In fact, according to the Insurance Council of Texas, a single hail storm in Dallas caused over $900 million in damage.
Catastrophe events such as these can be difficult to manage and can quickly overwhelm both insurance carriers and roofing contractors alike. With Hail Verification Services from CoreLogic®, clients can leverage powerful business intelligence to help them achieve their post storm goals - from Point to Portfolio™
At CoreLogic we have a commitment to the most precise hail verification algorithm in the market, and we have made our leading technology…even better.
The proprietary hail verification science from CoreLogic is one of the only sources for hail data designed to verify actual hailfall. The algorithm was designed to address the hail verification needs of customers, including actual hail fall information and accurate hail size data. In the past, many customers relied on products and services based on science and algorithms intended for public safety needs — products focused on what a hailstorm might potentially produce, not what actually occurred.
Insurance carriers, independent claims adjusters, CAT teams, roofing engineers and roofing contractors have all come to rely on Hail Size Maps as the industry standard for hail mapping.
Hail Size Maps show hailstorms anywhere in the continental United States. Based on our proprietary hail verification science, we plot hail paths for impacted geographic areas and color code these areas in quarter-inch increments from 3/4" up to 4+" hail.
Hail Size Maps are available from January 1, 2009 to the current date (updated in real time on an hourly basis). Each map is coded based on hail size and population density, from Level 1 for least severe to Level 5 for most severe.
Order Hail Size Maps online with instant delivery to your CoreLogic Weather Verification Services account for immediate viewing. Shapefiles, .kmz, or other GIS formats are optionally available for overlay and comparison with policy-in-force, claims, sales or other data at an additional charge (contact us for details). Whether in your office or out in the field, you can view Hail Size Maps on a PC or an Internet-enabled mobile device such as the iPad, iPhone, or Droid.
Contact us for more information on subscriptions, bulk usage, and corporate discounts.
Quickly and easily verify the maximum hail size both at the location and in the surrounding area. Based on our proprietary hail verification model, each Hail Verification Report contains the dates and sizes of hail for each hailstorm since 2009 at the location of interest and within 1, 3, and 10 miles.
Insurance carriers, independent claims adjusters, CAT teams, roofing engineers, and roofing contractors have all come to rely on CoreLogic Weather Verification services as the standard for hail verification. Contact us for more information about bulk usage, corporate discounts, and direct integration with your claims management system.
Order Hail Verification Reports online to take advantage of a cost-effective and convenient way to verify hail dates and sizes. Simply enter an address or latitude/longitude anywhere in the continental United States to immediately search the most recent six (6) year archive of hail verification data, and a complete PDF report of hail dates and sizes will instantly be:
Custom Hail Alerts will notify you of ongoing hail up to every 3 hours when hail storms are in progress.
Custom Hail Alerts also includes regional thumbnail Hail Size Maps of the areas impacted and shows the severity for each region from Level 1 (low severity) up to Level 5 (high severity). This enables you to quickly focus your attention on regions that experienced greater impact.
Clicking on a region you wish to investigate further will allow you to purchase the corresponding Hail Size Map. If you are a subscriber (to the region) you will instantly see the full interactive Hail Size Map.
Bulk / volume discounts are available for enterprise or corporate-wide access. CAT teams, sales teams, and other first responders rely on Custom Hail Alerts to know when hail is falling in populated areas so they can quickly focus their attention and resources. Contact us for more information or to order.
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