By Scott Holeman, Media Relations Director, Triple-I [embedded content] Severe Weather Preparedness Week is here.
Last month’s winter storm that left dozens of Texans dead, millions without power, and nearly 15 million with water issues could wind up being the c
Many households and small businesses don’t have sufficient savings to repair and rebuild after a natural disaster.
The global pandemic and costly natural catastrophes will contribute to a projected 101.7 combined ratio for the U.S.
Hurricane Delta last month triggered a 17 million peso (US $800,000) insurance payout to the Trust for the Integrated Management of the Coastal Z
By Max Dorfman, Research Writer, Insurance Information Institute [embedded content] Hurricane Zeta became the 11th named storm and 6th hurricane t
As wildfires continue to burn in California, Oregon, Colorado, and elsewhere – and people pray for precipitation to help firefighters in their effor
Rivers swollen by Hurricane Sally’s rains have devastated parts of the Florida Panhandle and south Alabama, and the storm’s remnants are forecast to
Perhaps the most emotionally compelling data point invoked by those who would compel insurers – through litigation and legislation – to pay busine
The Los Angeles office of the National Weather Service predicted prolonged, potentially record-setting heat and dangerous weather conditions through