Weather Verification Services

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Hail Verification
Wind Verification
Lightning Verification
Reactor™

Hail Verification Overview

hailCoreLogic® can identify hail severity and location on an address-specific basis. With up to four times more accuracy*, claims managers can more confidently identify the location of incoming claims, assess for pre-existing damage, and detect the presence or absence of severe weather.

 

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Key Products:

iconHail Size Maps
Hail Size Maps provide real-time nationwide hailstorm mapping. Available at the regional, state or nationwide level, each map is color coded based on population density and hail size from three-quarter to over four inches. The maps can be purchased as needed or on a subscription basis of three, six or 12 months.

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Hail Verification Report
Hail Verification Reports provide a six-year history of a property’s hail events including hail size and location within a one, three and 10 mile radius. The report is used by most major U.S. insurance carriers to help identify the possibility to pre-existing roof damage.

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Custom Hail Alerts
Custom Hail Alerts are customizable email alerts delivered up to every three hours when U.S. hail storms are in progress. The alert features regional maps with demographics and local population.

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Hail Storm Monitoring Report
Hail Storm Monitoring Reports provide a customizable daily output of addresses affected by specific weather peril(s) during the prior 24-hour period.

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Wind Verfication Overview

As the most trusted eagle -eye view of wind in the United States, new wind verification services form CoreLogic can identify wind speed and severity on an address-specific basis.

 

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Key Products:

iconWind Speed Maps
Wind Speed Maps provide real-time nationwide windstorm mapping. Available at the regional, state or nationwide level, each map is color coded based on population density and wind speed from 40-160mph in 5mph increments. The maps can be purchased as needed or on a subscription basis of three, six or 12 months.
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Wind Verification Report
Wind Verification Reports provide a history of a property’s wind events dating back to 2006, including wind speed and location within a one, three and 10 mile radius. The report is used by most major U.S. insurance carriers to help identify the possibility to pre-existing roof damage.
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Lightning Verification Overview

STRIKEnet® reports have been trusted by industry leaders for over 20 years to verify the presence or absence of lightning. 

 

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STRIKEnet®
StrikeNet reports detail the detection and location of address-specific lightning strike data within a one, five, 10 or 15 mile radius. Data includes U.S. and Canadian lightning events from 1989.*
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*STRIKEnet and NLDN are registered trademarks of Vaisala Group.

Reactor™

Intelligently respond to storm events  through improved reserving and logistics.

 

CoreLogic is excited to debut Reactor, our new comprehensive storm verification and analysis platform that allows insurers to discover and estimate severe weather impacts to their book of business, through an easy to use, interactive web interface.

Science and Technology

Our team of scientists, meteorologists, and IT staff are advancing weather verification technology

 

Wind Verification Science

CoreLogic Severe Wind Verification is based on an automated, proprietary technology designed from the ground up for after-the-fact severe wind verification. This new technology combines proprietary three-dimensional storm models, storm-tracking models, and leading-edge artificial intelligence models with radar data, on-the-ground observations of wind, and actual damage reports to analyze what happened. CoreLogic Severe Wind Verification does not use nor create a
forecast of wind, making it the most practical system for forensic-quality, property-level wind verification.

Hail Verification Science

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.

 

STRIKEnet®

CoreLogic is the exclusive provider of Vaisala’s industry-standard STRIKEnet® lightning verification report. Over a million STRIKEnet lightning verification reports have been used by insurance claims adjusters, forensic engineers, attorneys, and property owners—all rely on STRIKEnet to provide the most accurate lightning data. Join the tens of thousands of claims professionals
who have benefited from STRIKEnet lightning claim verifications.

Our Infrastructure

The robust, scalable infrastructure from CoreLogic Weather Verification Services is designed specifically for automated, instant delivery. This infrastructure combines 99.99% uptime and world-class security to protect the integrity of our customers’ operations and business interests. We host our infrastructure only at facilities that meet the rigorous demands for data acquisition, reliability, and security compliance required by insurance carriers and related enterprise-level customers such as major banks and credit card processors.

*Product Performance Assessment. An internal study was completed by a top 5 insurance carrier claims department which showed 83 percent of policies predicted by the CoreLogic Hail Verification Model to have ≥ 2.5” hailstone diameter filed and had paid claim, but only 20 percent of competitor policies with ≥2.5” hailstone diameter had a filed and paid claim. The competitor algorithm overestimated the hailstone diameter while the CoreLogic Hail Verification Model was more realistic.

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