The News & Advance - Since the wind storm struck Central Virginia on June 29, many people have been busy. Tree removal workers cleared debris. Contractors fixed damage. And insurance agents have been trying to help with the cost of it all. Even three weeks later, calls are still coming into local insurance offices as the cleanup continues. Kamie Wilson, vice president of Wilson Insurance Agency in Amherst, said her office has filed more than 200 claims and that does not count the policy holders who filed directly with the insurance company. - Go To Story
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