On Sunday night, October 20, an EF2/EF3 tornado touched down in north Dallas for about 14 to 16 miles, according to CoreLogic Tornado Path Map technology. Damage was very sporadic, but up to 9,743 unique structures were potentially impacted.
A Clear and Accurate Picture of Tornado Risk
When a tornado strikes, you need to quickly understand your exposure to ensure a quick and appropriate response. With Tornado Path Map from CoreLogic®, carriers can compare detailed storm maps to their book of business to better understand the impact of each unique storm, enabling a proactive rather than a reactive storm response. By being able to pinpoint affected areas within minutes, insurance carriers can develop swifter, more targeted response plans to improve customer satisfaction and catastrophe response efficiency.
Truly Actionable Tornado Data Based on Proprietary Tornado Verification Model
Our breakthrough model combines a novel comprehensive approach to using all available radar data with the ability to use public/ social media reports, backed by the expertise of experienced meteorologists. The end result is a Tornado Verification Model that consistently provides 250-meter resolution with neighborhood-level detail across most of the United States.
Why Choose CoreLogic®
The Property & Casualty (P&C) industry is exposed to billions in insured losses every year due to tornadoes. Knowing the location and scope of the damage from tornadoes allows insures to respond within minutes to hours rather than days.
CoreLogic Weather Verification Services, which include hail, wind, lightning and tornado verification, represent a powerful dataset for P&C insurers. With the information provided by these databases, insurance companies can create new solutions and workflows to close claims faster, ultimately increasing customer satisfaction and brand loyalty.