Hurricane Florence Causes Estimated $2.5 Billion in Insured Losses

September 25, 2018
Ivan Levingston - Bloomberg

Hurricane Florence, which made landfall in North Carolina Friday as a Category 1 storm, is estimated to have caused insured losses totaling $2.5 billion, according to catastrophe modeler Karen Clark & Co.

That figure includes privately insured wind, storm surge and inland flooding damage, while excluding losses covered under the federal government’s National Flood Insurance Program, the Boston-based company said in its advisory.



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