Wow...that lightning sounds like it caused a lot of headaches. I had lightning strike the field next to my house (about 50 yards away) last September. I was looking out the nearest window (was open) at the time with my face up against the screen when it struck. I was thrown back by it/myself onto the bed behind me. it was pretty horrific, because the thunder was immediate and very loud and took out my main breaker (made it pitch black). Needless to say the wife was freak'n out a bit.
It fried my amps on my powered tower PSBs, Denon receiver, DISH receiver, TV tuner, Xbox, Fridge, subwoofer, sound card and network card in PC, garage door opener, phone and a couple different radios. It was pretty thorough.
But I do have to say that no gas lines were ruptured or anything that dangerous.
Make sure you contact your insurance company in case something pops up in a couple days as bad, or goes out after a little bit. Also, when I actually started adding up what it would cost to replace things, it went up really fast and was above my deductable.
My insurance company (state Farm) didn't require me to turn in any of the damaged equipment
and elected to replace most of it rather than having a technician repair it. Yes they would pay for the repairs as well. One reason the costs quickly were above my $1000 deductable. Trust me, it's worth it to contact them.
In a many cases, I told them the item worked at about 75% and they STILL wanted to replace the item, like my TV where the other video inputs worked, but the tuner was gone(I don't even use it). I was very clear with them about it and they still wanted to replace it because repairing the unit would have cost them more.
I didn't want any fraud charges being placed on me. I still use my TV and just took the check to replace other items that were more important, like the Xbox that had no working parts.
I wish you the best and our prayers are with you.