A Kansas twister that ripped up five houses changed the way Capitol Federal Financial's insurance agency does business.

The 1993 tornado spawned a barrage of claims, mostly from expensive hail damage, against the Overland Park banking company's agency, through which the homes were insured. Those claims strained the agency's service capabilities and cost the unit three years of profit-sharing revenues from its underwriter partners.

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