Hurricane Ian: Estimated insurance losses revealed

Hurricane Ian: Estimated insurance losses revealed

Insurance losses for wind and storm surge for Hurricane Ian are expected to be between $28 billion and $47 billion, according to an analysis by CoreLogic. Wind losses for residential and commercial properties in Florida are estimated to be between $22 billion and $32 billion, while insured storm surge losses in the state are expected to be an additional $6 billion to $15 billion.

“This is the costliest Florida storm since Hurricane Andrew made landfall in 1992, and a record number of homes and properties were lost due to Hurricane Ian’s intense and destructive characteristics,” said Tom

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