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Hail No! The Alarming Cost of Hail Damage [Infographic]

In July 2010, a 22-pound, 19-inch circular natural hailstone was discovered. * Known as the largest hail ever, it is unlikely that every storm will produce stones of this size. But even small hailstones can cause a lot of damage. Almost every state has experienced major hail in history, but what is worrying is that there are more hail storms in the central and central parts of the Atlantic than ever before. In 2017 alone, more than 11 million properties were affected, resulting in $1.7 billion in property damage. On a global scale, extreme weather in the same year caused $330 billion in property damage and resulted in more than $135 billion in insurance claims. But especially hail is still difficult to insure, because the degree of damage is different, hail itself is difficult to predict.   How can we resist homes and wallets in the face of the ever-increasing frequency of hailstorms? The answer may lie in artificial intelligence and IoT capabilities. Take a look at this infographic to learn more about the national hailstorm and how its unpredictability can contribute to technological advancement.

Hail No! The Alarming Cost of Hail Damage