LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) - As with any severe storm that damages property, it's important to make sure you document everything. That will help with insurance claims you may have to file.
The state's Emergency Management says even if you're not sure if there's enough for a claim, it's better to be safe than sorry.
If you were lucky in this round of storms and avoided damage, now may be a good time to double check your coverage. "Do you have enough coverage? Are you really up to speed? Have you had an addition on your home that you haven't thought about adding additional coverage to? Those kinds of things," said Tod Pritchard from Wisconsin Emergency Management.
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