COLUMBUS, Miss. (WTVA) - Insurance adjusters wrapped up any claims related to last month's tornado in Columbus.
Farm Bureau officials say they assisted all of their clients within 48 hours of the storm happening.
Lowndes County Agency Manager, Bubba Cole, says he went out and assessed damage one day after the storm.
According to Cole, by Monday insurance adjusters were out assisting clients, and by Tuesday, checks were written for their customers.
He says the reason they were able to help their clients quickly is that the company has local adjusters who live within the communities and can work on the ground immediately.
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