The insurance industry’s efforts on behalf of people struggling in the wake of disasters doesn’t end with paying policyholder claims.
Litigation costs could add between $10 billion and $20 billion to insured losses from Hurricane Ian, adding to the woes of Florida’s already struggl
By Max Dorfman, Research Writer, Triple-I (07/14/2022)
Home construction and maintenance costs are on the rise, and homeowners should be factoring t
Already this year, three Florida insurers have been declared insolvent due to their failure to obtain full reinsurance as the 2022 hurricane season
Triple-I recently launched its “Resilience Ratings” – a tool that helps quantify the impact of the insurance protection gap on the speed of economic
Standard homeowners and renters insurance policies include additional living expenses (ALE) coverage.
Colorado State University (CSU) hurricane researchers have slightly reduced their forecast for 2021 Atlantic hurricane activity in an August 5 updat
Insurance is essential for individuals, businesses, and communities to recover quickly from natural catastrophes – but perils have evolved to a poi
[embedded content] Natural disasters create opportunities for unethical contractors, and consumers need to be on the alert.
Losses from the winter storm that swept through the southern United States earlier this year continue to loom large among the concerns of property a