Thousands Of Damage Claims Expected Following Georgia Snow Storm

 Wednesday, December 13, 2017

 WSB-TV

The State Insurance Commissioner’s Office said it suspects it will see thousands of claims following Friday’s snowstorm. Channel 2 consumer investigator Jim Strickland learned Monday that the complaints range from food spoilage, extended power outages and car wrecks. In Cherokee County, the sheriff’s office said they filed 45 accident reports with a dozen injuries, in the 72 hours after the snow. That total doesn’t include single-vehicle wrecks where the driver handled the paperwork. Lisa Graham still had evidence of the damage to her vehicle protruding from the roof of her minivan Monday. She told Strickland the van was parked in the driveway when an 8-inch diameter pine branch came crashing down over the weekend.
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