Tornado Damage

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A tornado is "a violently rotating column of air, in contact with the ground, either pendant from a cumuliform cloud or underneath a cumuliform cloud, and often (but not always) visible as a funnel cloud". For a vortex to be classified as a tornado, it must be in contact with both the ground and the cloud base. Scientists have not yet created a complete definition of the word; for example, there is disagreement as to whether separate touchdowns of the same funnel constitute separate tornadoes. Tornado refers to the vortex of wind, not the condensation cloud.


As with Hurricanes, Tornado damage has similar characteristics and the adjusting process and problems are the same;  estimates are deficient and insurance companies use outside adjusters with little knowledge of how to assess the damages properly.

You should, for your own due diligence, get a second opinion.  Just fill out the claim form, on this site, for a free analysis of your claim or call us at the number below.  There is no obligation on your part to get a professional opinion.

Call for a consultation to explore all your options in dealing with your tornado damage claim. 1-800-303-2591