On April 6th, Texas experienced a strong cold front which brought severe storms to North Texas. According to NBC5 meteorologist Rick Mitchell, the evening’s cold front brought a 40-degree drop in temperature.

Celina and other parts of Denton County experienced strong winds, heavy rain, and large hail during the storm. Residents of Allen and Plano, Texas reported tennis-ball size hail, and homeowners throughout North Texas suffered severe hail damage to roofs, skylights and vehicles. Dallas County and Rockwall County were also impacted by the storm, and Collin County was under a tornado warning due to the storm’s severity.

Felisha Greer told CBS Local “I thought I was in a horror movie there for a minute,” regarding the terrifying hail that caused damage to her trees, crushed her car windows, and crashed into her home.

No injuries were reported during the Texas hail storm, but there are sure to be numerous insurance claims for extreme hail damage. If your home or vehicle was affected by the North Texas hailstorm, you should file a claim with your insurance company as soon as possible and document all damages you’ve incurred. If you’ve experienced damage to your vehicle or home and disagree with an insurance provider about your coverage, contact The Potts Law Firm for an evaluation of your insurance claim. Our undefeated insurance dispute attorneys will meet with you free of charge, and you will owe nothing for attorney fees unless we win your case.


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