Estimated Insured Property Losses, U.S. Natural Catastrophes, 2012-2021 (1)

($ billions)

Year In dollars when occurred In 2021 dollars (2)
2012 $63.5 $74.9
2013 24.1 28.1
2014 23.2 26.5
2015 22.9 26.2
2016 31.6 35.7
2017 130.9 144.2
2018 60.4 65.0
2019 38.7 41.0
2020 81.0 84.7
2021 92.0 92.0
(1) Natural disasters that cause at least $25 million in insured losses; or 10 deaths; or 50 people injured; or 2,000 filed claims or homes and structures damaged. Includes Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Includes losses sustained by private insurers and government-sponsored programs such as the National Flood Insurance Program. Subject to change as loss estimates are further developed. As of February 1, 2022. Adjusted for inflation by Aon using the U.S. Consumer Price Index. Source: Aon.