Here is a 2021, opinion from the Western District of Texas, San Antonio Division, where the insured made a claim for hail damage against its insurer but did virtually nothing to prove the damage was caused by hail. The style of the case is, 343 West Sunset, LLC v. Seneca Insurance Company, Inc.
In this case, 343 made a claim for hail damages. The date listed for the hail damage was the last date for which there was coverage and it was undisputed that there was no hail storm on that date.
The Court spells out the problems with this claim and why the court is granted summary judgment in favor of Seneca.