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Tornadoes ripped across Tennessee early March. The storms shredded buildings and buried people in piles of rubble. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey) Tornadoes ripped across Tennessee in early March. The storms shredded buildings and buried people in piles of rubble. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

In an industry built on predicting risk, not even the most sophisticated tech can help us forecast big weather events with 100% certainty. It follows that insureds are anxious about the damage they could sustain in a natural disaster.

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