Surviving a Tornado – How to Navigate Insurance Claims in the Wake of the Recent Connecticut Storm

Fallen tree covered in seaweed in ocean

A quick tip: Ask your mortgage company if you don't know who your homeowner's insurance carrier is.

May 24, 2018
Geoffrey Miller - Saxe Doernberger & Vita, P.C.

Five minutes after I parked my car, a tree fell on it.

On Tuesday, May 15th I pulled into my driveway, in my small Connecticut neighborhood, under a grey sky. As soon as I walked in the house, the lights flickered. And then suddenly there was a loud “Crack!” and “Crash!” and the sound of breaking glass. I looked out the window and trees were bent 90 degrees, then snapping, and then flying up instead of falling down.

As quickly as it came, it passed. When I stepped outside, my first thought was that my car has seen better days.

Mr. Miller may be contacted at gjm@sdvlaw.com



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