The BAA at Heathrow certainly used to operate a scheme where an insurance loss adjuster would visit any home that had, allegedly, suffered a vortex strike. This type of damage was easy to assess as it had a different characteristic to that caused by high winds and so the BAA paid compensation accordingly. A few dodgy characters would try and make dubious claims by dislodging tiles themselves.
As others have said it would be nigh on impossible to determine which individual airliner had caused it. Surprisingly, for me at least, was that vortex strikes were recorded many miles from the airport.