Mid-America Catastrophe Services

Alabama tornadoes: Storm damage insurance claims could reach $30 million

 Thursday, January 26, 2012


Insured homes and businesses in Alabama suffered $15 million to $30 million worth of damage from the high winds and tornadoes that swept across the state early Monday, according to estimates developed by the catastrophe risk modeling firm EQECAT. According to Jose Miranda, director of client advocacy at EQECAT, the firm predicts that the bulk of those losses were in north and northeastern Birmingham suburbs. Ten tornadoes touched down in Alabama in the early morning hours Monday, with two striking Jefferson County -- one in Oak Grove in western Jefferson County and one in Center Point and Clay in northeast Jefferson County.

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