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CAT response services: Winter weather continues to wreak havoc

Forecasters call for another major storm system to deliver more snow and ice to parts of northern Texas and Oklahoma as early as this afternoon before heading to the Midwest, mid-Atlantic and Northeast — causing about 200 million people to be under a weather-related alert.

Northern Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas will likely see several inches of snow, and more than half a foot of fresh snow could fall by Wednesday evening in some areas. The storm is forecasted to arrive in the central Appalachians and much of the mid-Atlantic late Wednesday night. Wintry precipitation will spread over New England on Thursday.

The storm may trigger power outages in areas of the South. Daily commutes, travel and shipping may also be impacted throughout the storm’s path. The system follows a winter storm that just hit the south-central United States — bringing brutal cold and record snowfall to parts of Texas, fueling a deadly tornado in North Carolina and causing icy roadways across many states.

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We offer adjusting services, building consulting, contents and inventory solutions, forensic advisory services and engineering services. Also, our network of over 1,000 credentialed repair solutions contractors are ready to assist you and your insureds with damage caused by ice, downed trees and wind. If you have questions or need assistance, please contact our property team listed below.

To report claims, contact our CAT intake center for immediate setup and assignment.
P. 800.479.9188
E. newassignment@sedgwick.com

Danny Miller, executive vice president, operations
214.577.0553

Scott Richardson, executive vice president, operations, and chief strategic and development officer
312.305.0550

Gail Oliver
senior vice president, sales and marketing
302.521.4985


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