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AccuWeather data can help in underwriting. (Property/Casualty).

Specialized digital weather data is available from AccuWeather Inc. for legal, insurance and other professionals who require historical data and expert interpretation for use in investigations relating to personal injury and property damage.

Ten years' worth of basic weather data can be found at, AccuWeather's Web site. Detailed and customized forecasts also can be found on the site, including the ability to access specific weather data for any location on Earth.

Businesses and individuals with an interest in forensics weather can either access AccuWeather. com or receive customized graphic, text and live video weather content delivered to their Internet or intranet sites.

Services include raw historical data, temperature profiles, storm profiles, site-specific weather reconstruction, expert testimony provided by certified consulting meteorologists and courtroom graphics. These services are used by the insurance industry for auto accidents; building and roof collapses due to snow and ice buildup; and rainfall and flooding related to new construction for 20-, 30- and 40-year rainstorms, to name a few.

Also available are specialized weather reports and private consultation with forensic meteorologists, focusing on the weather conditions most likely to hit businesses anywhere in the world. Offered on a subscription basis, the reports can be delivered via fax, e-mail or on a private Web site.
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Date:Apr 1, 2002
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