Florida Ian Losses Could Reach $47B, Sinking More Insurers, CoreLogic Calculates

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Insurance Journal - Sep 30, 2022

Wind and storm-surge losses from Hurricane Ian could reach as $47 billion in Florida alone, a figure made larger by inflation and rising interest rates, the property analytics firm CoreLogic said in a new analysis. “This is the costliest Florida …...

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