CoreLogic Weather Solutions are a set of digital tools that provide insurers with automated, data-driven models and forensic information to optimize carrier responsiveness amid a full spectrum of weather events – severe convective storms, wildfire, tropical and winter storms. By leveraging our comprehensive property insights, weather, and risk information, carriers are able to provide advanced notifications to policyholders about impending weather events, utilize data insights to optimize event response plans, and source forensic weather information to quickly verify claims.
Reactor™ from CoreLogic® provides the insights you need when your policyholders are threatened or impacted by hazardous weather or wildfire events.
CoreLogic Notify powered by AccuWeather® is an advanced weather notification system that enables property and auto insurance providers to automatically alert policyholders via SMS when they are in the path of potential severe weather events — like hail, wind, and tornadoes.
Notify’s weather notifications are address-specific and timely – even for the most unexpected events. Notify allows property and auto insurance carriers to:
Powered by highly granular forensic weather models, risk scores, and real-time data, CoreLogic’s Reactor™ platform provides up-to-date weather analysis so that insurance providers can accurately predict potential effects of major weather events and effectively strategize for their aftermath. Our all-in-one platform, enables you to visualize your book of business alongside weather forecasting, forensic data, and risk information, to answer:
Weather Verification Maps and Reports provide detailed forensic data to provide insights into past weather activity in the following forms:
View our Weather Verification Maps and Reports to speed up your claims verification process.
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The 2023 Hurricane Risk Report provides insight into property risk, both nationally and by metro area, across single-family homes and multifamily homes from hurricane-driven wind and storm surge.
Typhoon Mawar (02W) passed between Guam and Rota on May 24 with 140 mph winds, torrential rain and devastating storm surge.