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The Daily Ardmoreite
  • Oklahoma Insurance Claims from May Tornadoes Top 70,000

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  • Insurance claims filed in response to a major tornado outbreak in May jumped to 70,782 Tuesday, with insurance payments reaching $561,976,781.
    “These numbers are more proof of the dramatic impact the tornadoes had on our state,” said Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John D. Doak. “Thousands of Oklahomans are now in the process of rebuilding their lives. Insurance can help them do that and I am glad to see that so many of the victims were insured. But the claims process can be complicated. My office is ready to assist consumers in any way possible.”
    May 19th & 20th Tornadoes
    Type of Claim Claims Received Payments Made
    Homeowners 17,182 $374,144,234
    Private Auto 21,218 $61,427,445
    Commercial Property 993 $18,727,906
    Commercial Auto 457 $1,450,418
    Other 415 $3,216,276
    May 30th & 31th Tornadoes
    Type of Claim Claims Received Payments Made
    Homeowners 16,626 $62,945,489
    Private Auto 10,475 $19,067,584
    Commercial Property 1,557 $10,600,186
    Commercial Auto 306 $1,459,668
    Other 391 $1,360,596
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