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Violent Storm System Wreaks Havoc on Midwest

The National Weather System confirms several tornadoes blasted the Midwest on Sunday killing at least 6 people, injuring dozens, and causing severe personal and commercial property. Lightning, strong winds, and heavy rains are to blame for hundreds of collapsed homes and business in Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has been deployed […]


Photo Gallery: Pie Surveys Oklahoma Tornado Damage

The path of damage caused by the recent tornado outbreaks in Oklahoma has been horrifically devastating. Pie’s Catastrophe Response Team has been on-site in Oklahoma assisting with numerous property claims resulting from the damage and captured scenes from the aftermath and ensuing clean-up.


The Cost of Devastation

Just 1-week after a string of deadly tornadoes touched down, including the one that leveled the town of Moore, Oklahoma, officials report storm clean-up could translate into $5B in insured property losses. Although the number is still fluid, tornado-related claims in Moore, OK alone are up to 6,700. The monster tornado, rated at the top […]


Oklahoma Tornado Outbreak: Damage Assessment

When natural catastrophes strike, such as the devastation caused by the tornadoes and severe weather in Oklahoma, the damage done to personal and commercial property can be enormous. As of today, 38,000 people are still without power in areas surrounding Oklahoma City. The official death toll stands at 24; the fatalities include nine children. On […]


A Twisted Tornado Season in Colorado

So we know we’re not in Kansas anymore but golly this does not look like Colorado either! The 2012 tornado season has brought two rare tornado formations to our state. On June 8, 2012, a rare anti-cyclonic (backward-spinning) tornado touched down in Elbert County, Colorado.  The tornado was classified an EF2 (on a scale of […]