A growing industry is offering a front row seat to extreme weather.
Coming from different financial situations can affect everything about picking up the pieces after a natural disaster -- even getting, and holding on to a job.
For the thousands of residents in Moore, Okla., left without homes by the May 20th tornado, it took less than a minute to lose everything. To replace everything will take much longer.
Last week's tornado in Moore, Oklahoma could cost insurance companies $3.5 billion, according to Risk Management Solutions.