Insured losses from the storm that spawned tornadoes and large hail over portions of the Dallas Fort Worth area on April 13, have been set at approximately $100 million, the Insurance Council of Texas reported.
Twenty thousand homes and nearly 30,000 automobiles were damaged by hail and high winds.
The original figure of $25 million was revised after initial reports quadrupled one week following the storm.
Mark Hanna, an ICT spokesman, said insurers currently are assessing the damage from a second round of storms that plowed through the state April 24.
Source: Insurance Council of Texas
Was this article valuable?
Here are more articles you may enjoy.