A deadly storm system moved across Texas May 15 and 16, 2013, spawning several tornadoes and dumping rain and large hail on parts of the state. Areas of concentrated storm damages are west of Dallas-Fort Worth where Cleburne and Granbury were particularly hard hit. Tornadoes were also spotted near Decatur and Weatherford. The Allstate National Catastrophe Team is in Texas assisting customers with their claims.
Find the location of the National Catastrophe Team Mobile Claims Center and expanded Drive-In vehicle inspection sites.
A strong slow-moving storm system swept across the state of Texas from May 8 to May 10, 2013. Claim reports indicate wind and hail damage to roofs, sidings and fences and downed trees. Areas of claims concentration include the city of Temple in Bell County. As a result of this storm system, the NCT is declaring a catastrophe in the state of Texas.
A storm consisting of torrential downpours resulted property damages to the interior of homes and flooded cars April 27 and 28, 2013. Additionally, there was large hail reported. Losses are predominantly being reported from residents in the following Texas counties: Brazoria, Ft. Bend, Harris and Montgomery.
A raging fire turned into a powerful explosion at the West Fertilizer Plant in West, Texas April 17, 2013. The explosion has resulted in heavy property damages within a five block radius of the plant. A Mobile Claim Center is onsite to assist customers who have been impacted by this explosion.