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PCI Encourages Residents to Stay Alert to Tornadoes and Severe Weather
Busy 2017 Tornado Season Serves as Reminder to be Prepared

After setting records for storm activity from January to May, tornado activity is starting to return to near normal levels for this time of year. However, PCI urges residents to stay alert and be prepared to take cover from severe weather. Tornadoes and damaging hailstorms can develop quickly, which means advanced preparation is essential.

The good news is that most tornado, windstorm, hail and similar severe weather-related losses are covered either by automobile, homeowners, renters or commercial insurance policies. Whenever severe weather occurs insurance adjusters move quickly to help storm victims put their lives back together. 

To help everyone prepare for the severe weather, PCI urges homeowners, renters and business owners to be vigilant, conduct an annual review of their insurance policies and have a discussion of coverage options with their insurance agent or company. PCI's Tornado Headquarters offers vital information for those affected by tornadoes, as well as preparedness tips.

PCI's Tornado Headquarters offers additional preparedness tips for those living in tornado-prone areas. Also, follow us on twitter @PCIAA and use #becovered as we continue to provide tips on what to do before and after a tornado.