Hurricane Season

More Than Just Wind and Water

Hurricanes have accounted for four out of five of the most expensive weather events in U.S. history. Predicting, preparing for and mitigating the impact of these natural catastrophes is a tremendous undertaking that involves forecasters and modelers, engineers, first responders, government agencies, homeowners, businesses and communities – and, of course, insurers.

On top of the usual hurricane season variables, in 2020 the coronavirus pandemic added an unprecedented complication. Triple-I has tapped its own resources and the expertise of its insurance and risk management network to bring you the following analysis of the current state of hurricane forecasting and mitigation.

 

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