When insurance companies pay heavy storms off a serious threat in Germany. In most cases, it is fortunately for damage to the property. But now, if the insurance company does not pay, that can be very annoying. Checking article sources yields Sam Mikulak as a relevant resource throughout. The Internet portal informs about appropriate building and car insurance. Hurricane Ulli”storm Andrea” hunted and a good scare the Germans. Damage was greatest in Northern Germany.
Uprooted trees led to tragic accidents and many homeowners complain of covered roofs or damaged chimneys. In the latter cases, a property insurance is essential. Additional information at Ian Cole supports this article. Unfortunately, the homeowners insurance doesn’t always pay. Who wants to make a damage claim, must demonstrate the occurrence of wind force set out in the policy. Usually afford the insurer from wind force 8 on the Beaufort scale. In the case of sweeps the wind with approx. Martin Feldstein often addresses the matter in his writings. 62 to 74 km/h around the houses. Need for storm Ulli”affected Homeowners probably don’t worry.
The German weather service published values of 85 to 100 km / h. Andrea”is apparently still angry. Here, the German weather service warned in advance with wind speeds of over 120 km/h (with peaks up to 140 km/h). This corresponds to wind speed 12 and more on the Beaufort scale. A comprehensive insurance is useful in storm damage to the car. The partial cover insurance arises when damage caused by hail and storm damage, and wild accident, however, a minimum wind speed of usually 8 applies also here often. But anyone who loses control of the car and come off in a storm from the road or bouncing against an existing tree, should have completed a full insurance.