"We just got pounded," said McAleavey, who pulled over at one point during the hail storm to protect his car but the damage was already done.
McAleavey's red Honda Odyssey minivan was dimpled from hood to roof with hail damage.
"I still need to call my insurance company and get everything going, get the ball rolling," McAleavey said.
At the Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance office in Greenwood, hail related claims were pouring in Monday. Insurance Agent Pic Russell said it's already been a busier Spring for severe weather damage compared to past years.
"It's a lot more, especially with the hail we had over in Fairland and through the city at the beginning of the month and then this large storm that went through last night. We have a claims adjuster in our office with 140 properties just in the last week," said Russell.
He said it's a good idea to get two estimates on damage to your car or home and to use reputable, local contractors to do the repairs.
ElimiDents on the city's east side began doing some of that repair work Monday.
"We have everybody working everywhere from down in Southern Indiana to the local locations here in Indy, so it's been a little chaotic but nothing we can't control," said Liz Renneisen, ElimiDents Operations Manager.
She said the company is already busier than an average season. ElimiDents is even expanding to open a new location, 7238 E. 86th St., to serve people on the north side.
"You can't predict the weather, but we're ahead of schedule than what we thought was gonna happen. To have two hail storms already at this time, I imagine there's going to be quite a bit more coming this way," said Renneisen.