Wichita, Kansas 2021-09-16 18:11:25 –
Topeka, Kansas (KSNT) – According to the Kansas Department of Insurance, the devastating weather in Kansas has caused more than $ 40 million in damage in just one month.
The ministry estimates that the total amount for June 2021 will be approximately $ 42.2 million. According to KID, this number comes from a total of 5,470 claims in 101 counties, Kansas. Participants in Topeka’s Country Stampede also saw the effects of the turbulent weather in June as follows: The opening night headliner has been canceled due to bad weather Riley Greene’s performance.
“The insured’s state of Kansas is mitigating the financial impact of bad weather by filing a claim in the insurance policy,” said insurance commissioner Vicki Schmidt.
Claims may help ease the financial burden on individual Kansas affected by the storm, but the June 2021 estimate is noteworthy as a sharp statistical jump. It is more than double the damage amount of $ 20.5 million in June 2020. Still, neither is close to KID’s 2011 KID annual storm damage estimate of $ 1,095,030,000. Every year since then, Kansas has not yet exceeded $ 500 million. So far this year it’s $ 141,369,410.
According to KID, storm damage estimation data summarizes storm, tornado, and hail damage claims and other weather-related incidents involving insured real estate and personal property in the state. KID also tracks an estimate of total damage each year. Anyone can see it by clicking here.
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