Call your insurance company and they'll tell you whether hail damage is covered under your policy (usually the most comprehensive policy), and the deductible depends on what you signed up for, too (typically $500). Given that an aftermarket heat reduction hood will run you upwards of $800 and a junk yard one will probably run you $500, you're better off just going through insurance to get a stock hood. However, they may not replace it altogether if the dents are small enough - there is a process to work the dents back without ruining the paint/finish, but that probably won't be possible with the 2x layered/ribbed sheet metal of the hood.
Make sure you report your claim immediately... most insurance companies have clauses in the contract that allow them to reject your claim if you wait an unreasonable amount of time before filing. Hope that helps!
Tyler R. - Ansonia, CT
Silver '12 JKRU
6-speed, soft top, 2.5" TF Lift, 35" Treadwright Guard Dogs, Smittybilt SRC front bumper, Superwinch TS9500 winch, M.O.R.E. oil pan/trans skid, Skid Row exhaust loop skid, Dominion evap relocation,*Smittybilt Oversized Tiire Carrier and Cibie headlights.