Often referred to as twisters, tornadoes are localized violent circular windstorms that occur over land. While they come in various shapes and sizes, they are usually characterized by a long funnel shaped cloud. With a speed of up to 500 miles per hour, tornadoes are able to basically destroy anything it passes in just seconds. From roof teardowns, vehicles being thrown into mid-air, loss of power, building collapses and much more, damages caused by a tornado can be worth thousands of dollars. Aside from the damages, tornados can cause many lives to be lost as occurred after a tornado arrived unexpectedly in Granbury, Texas on May 15, 2013.

“What causes tornados?” A condition called wind shear can be strong enough to tilt a thunderstorm and inevitably make it stronger and last even longer. If the shear carries an immense amount of strength, it can start horizontal voracity of which the thunderstorm’s updraft can be turned vertical. Once this occurs, the thunderstorm begins to rotate in turn forming a destructive tornado. A tornado’s arrival requires the assistance of an expert professional to help along the way of the claim process that you will have to take with your insurance carrier.

Most often, Insureds contact their insurance carrier prior to reaching out to a public adjuster only to find out during the claim process that what they expected from their carrier is not what they had in mind much less received. In turn they contact an adjuster to assist them on a supplemental claim which we offer as well, however, the length of time for them receiving an additional recovery has unnecessarily increased. In order to cut the time in you receiving the appropriate recovery amount you are entitled, we encourage you to contact PrimeState prior to reaching out to your carrier so that we may assist you from the very beginning of the claim process to the end.

At PrimeState, you will be dealing with expert Public Adjusters which are highly experienced to assess your damages and which will be working with you through the claim filing and recovery process. Simply reach us 24 hours a day 7 days a week and give us some brief detail of your damage such as when it occurred, how it occurred, the location of the damage, along with the name of your insurance company. We then set you up for an appointment with one of our expert Field Adjusters that will inspect your property.

During that inspection and unlike the adjuster that is specifically hired by your insurance carrier to protect their interests as opposed to yours and in an attempt to properly assess the extent of your damage, our adjuster will take his/her time in thoroughly inspecting your property. Following the evaluation, an Estimate is prepared and forwarded to your carrier for consideration of what we determine that your claim is worth in an attempt to successfully resolve the claim in your favor. These are only a few of the complicated steps a public adjuster takes in order to relieve you of the stress of dealing with your carrier. It is very important that only a qualified and licensed individual handles your claim so that the best recovery can be attained. Here at PrimeState, we have those qualified individuals.

Our Public Adjusters always take every step and measure to make tornado victims and the victims’ families aware of the fact that they are not alone. Staffing the most knowledgeable professionals in the insurance industry that will serve every single one of your tornado damage claim needs, PrimeState Public Adjusters, Inc. serves to protect only your best interests. If you or anyone you know has suffered damage to a property due to a tornado, you’re just a phone call away from a fast and an appropriate recovery. Feel free to provide us with information in our inquiry window.

Contact us TODAY for a free evaluation and let us deal with your insurance carrier directly to relieve you of any further tornado claim stress.