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Disaster Zone Podcast: Litigating Insurance Claims After a Disaster

Disaster Zone

Understand that insurance companies are "for profit."

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Disaster Insurance Article

Recovery Diva

From HSNW: Why Insurance Companies Are Pulling Out of California and Florida, and How to Fix Some of the Underlying Problems. Author is Prof. Melanie Gall of ASU.

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An Insurance Debacle is coming to Florida Homeowners

Disaster Zone

No insurance and no flood insurance will sink many people.

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Flood Insurance Payout for H. Ian

Recovery Diva

Billion in Hurricane Ian Flood Insurance Claims Payments. 10, the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) has received more than 44,000 flood claims from Hurricane Ian and has paid nearly $437 million to policyholders. From hstoday: FEMA Projects Up to $5.3

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Calculating Flood Insurance Rates

Recovery Diva

Taxpayers Still Helping Pay for FEMA Flood Insurance. For decades, taxpayers have been subsidizing flood insurance rates, but new premium calculations by FEMA will adjust rates to better reflect the true risk of flood-prone homes.

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Do You Need Cybersecurity Insurance?

LAN Infotech

Do You Need Cybersecurity Insurance and Do You Qualify for It? It will also be challenging for businesses without insurance coverage because they will incur more losses that stall their growth and continuity. But the question is, do you qualify for cybersecurity insurance? What is Cybersecurity Insurance?

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Big Increase in Insured Losses from Disasters in 2022

Recovery Diva

From HSNewswire: The World’s Insurance Bill from Natural Disasters This Year: $115 Billion. Extreme weather events have caused an estimated $115 billion in insured financial losses around the world this year according to Swiss Re, the Zurich-based reinsurance giant. That’s 42 percent higher than the 10-year average of $81 billion.

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