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Insurance Industry Cautions Public on Hail Scams

The Insurance Council of Texas warned of scams from pubic adjusters, fake contractors or even lawyers who promise they can help file a claim for a damaged car or a home’s roof after Nov. 4th hailstorm in El Paso, Texas.

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An article in the El Paso Times warned consumers of scams following a hailstorm that hit the area on Nov. 4th.

The Insurance Council of Texas, a state trade association that represents 500 insurers, cautioned El Pasoans of scams from pubic adjusters, fake contractors or even lawyers who promise they can help file a claim for a damaged car or a home’s roof.

According to the article, as many as 40,000 vehicles in El Paso could have been damaged by the hailstorm at a price tag that could reach $150 million.

To read the full article, click here.

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