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Breezy Indeed...

The 23rd and 24th of February in South Niagara will be a time that is looked back upon with something less than fondness. Heck, the whole of Ontario enjoyed some pretty windy weather those few days!
People all over the province experienced damaging winds, fallen trees, and flying object damage. It is already being referenced as a significant weather catastrophe by the insurance industry. We have seen enormous numbers of claims, and millions of dollars in damage. So what happens after the roof blows off?
The first thing that needs to be done is to report the claim to the insurance company. As an option, you can always report your loss to your broker and get any free advice on offer from them. When you report to the company directly, you’ll want to have your insurance policy number as well as your effective date, as the Claims Representative will need that information to set up the claim in their system.
Once the claim is reported, the real work starts. You should next receive a call from …