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Can You Document Weather That Just Occurred?

Contributed by Kim Cuozzo, Marketing Associate, Forensic Weather Marketing Team

Sometimes clients wonder if a certain amount of time has to have passed before we can document and analyze the weather conditions for a legal case or insurance claim. The answer is no, as long as it is the next day after the weather occurred. We routinely get requests for weather reports where the weather in question just happened the day before. All of the same tools and information are available to us whether the incident happened the day prior, or a few years ago. So there is no need to wait if you have a weather-related issue that just occurred – get in touch right away so we can help you in a timely manner and properly document your cases and claims with accurate site-specific weather conditions for your point of loss.