By Catherine Powell
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It's that time of the year again Floridians, when thunderstorms are an almost daily occurrence for the next few months. Along with high wind and torrential rain, some thunderheads pack an icy surprise: hailstones. Their size can range from pees to baseballs. They can fall from the sky at over a hundred miles per hour, damaging homes, yards, vehicles, and more. If you wind up with property that's been dinged, cracked, shattered, or that looks as dimpled as a golf ball once the storm has passed, do you know if the damage is a covered claim? Are you prepared to document the damage before the icy evidence melts away? If you're wondering how to make sure you get every penny that's coming to you from hail damage, you've come to the right place.