The April 2 to April 3 storm activity that brought highwinds, rain and bands of snow in Ohio resulted in preliminary insured losses ofabout $52.6 million, according to the Ohio Insurance Institute.
Insurance claims totaled 9,334. Of the total figure, 8,265were homeowners claims amounting to $36.1 million, 764 were auto claimsamounting to $1.2 million and 490 were commercial claims amounting to $8.6million. The estimates are based on a survey in which 25 P&C companiesparticipated.
Property Claim Services estimated preliminary insuredproperty loss from the storm of about $57.8 million and total claims of 10,300.There were 8,700 homeowners claims at $51.5 million, 900 auto claims at $2.0million and 700 commercial claims at $4.3 million.
The VeriskAnalytics Inc. division said preliminary insured losses from thestorm activity that also affected Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, NewJersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Washington, D.C., totaled $350million.