PCI Remembers Midwest Tornado Outbreak
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One year ago a severe tornado outbreak swept through the Midwest and Ohio River Valley and on November 17, 2013, an EF4 tornado ripped through the small town of Washington, Illinois killing three people and essentially destroying everything in its path.
Since that outbreak significant progress in rebuilding has been made and insurers remain partners with policyholders on the road to complete recovery. In recognition of this tornado outbreak PCI has developed an infographic
and other resources found below.
As what many forecasters call the “second” tornado season wraps up, it is still important to watch for changing weather and be prepared with an emergency plan and kit. Advanced preparation and ensuring you have adequate insurance could save lives and thousands of dollars and time in the recovery process.
PCI's Tornado Headquarters offers vital information for those impacted by tornadoes, as well as preparedness tips for those living in tornado-prone areas. Follow us on twitter @PCIAA use #becovered as we continue to provide tips on what to do before and after a tornado.
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Working Together to Spur Recovery and Progress Inforgrpahic
Tornadoes Strike with Little Warning; Be Sure You’re Covered Infographic
PCI Tornado Tips
Contractor Fraud Tips
PCI Member Company Toll-Free Policyholder Claim Phone Numbers
Weather Ready Nation: Tornadoes
Red Cross – Preparing for Tornadoes
Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety