Insured losses from March storms in the United States are likely to surpass $1 billion, Aon said in its monthly Global Catastrophe Recap.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) last week unveiled details of Risk Rating 2.
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What’s in a name? If you live in “Tornado Alley,” there might be a lot – or less than you might imagine.
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Recent flooding in Kentucky “is going to be one that goes into the record books,” the state’s Emergency Management Director Michael Dossett said in
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
The insurance industry continues to be a major stakeholder in mitigating the effects of natural disasters on communities. As such, a group of U.S.
A new study from the nonprofit First Street Foundation projects the impact climate change may have on U.S. flood losses.
Texas in recent days has become the latest poster child for government failure to prepare for catastrophe.
Many households and small businesses don’t have sufficient savings to repair and rebuild after a natural disaster.