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2012

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Northeast Governors Urge Congress to Approve Sandy AidNews Item
Deadly 2012 Hurricane Season Finally OverNews Item
By Some Measures, Sandy Worse than Hurricanes Katrina and RitaNews Item
PIANY, NY YIP Presidents Visit Sandy-Affected Agents on Long IslandNews Item
Lloyd’s Report Reveals Serious Gap Between Disaster Losses and Covered LossesNews Item
In Aftermath of Sandy, A Whirlwind of LitigationNews Item
Sandy-Damaged Vehicle Count at 230,000News Item
Estimates on Insurance Cost of Sandy RisingNews Item
In New York Two Weeks After Sandy, Life Far From NormalNews Item
PIA Agencies in Path of Tropical Cyclone Sandy Help Clients CopeNews Item
PIA National President Andy Harris Operates His Agency at Ground Zero of SandyNews Item
Regional DOIs – Except Virginia – Reclassify Sandy as a Tropical StormNews Item
NAIC Post-Storm Consumer AlertNews Item
Business Interruption Claims “Significant” After SandyNews Item
U.S. Could Have a Quiet Tornado YearNews Item
Hurricane Isaac’s Dividing Line: Inside or Outside the Levee?News Item
PIA National Now a Member of FEMA’s National Disaster Coalition News Item
PIA Highlights the Availability of Online Disaster Planning Tools KitNews Item
PIA National Board of Directors Passes Two Natural Disaster ResolutionsNews Item
September is National Disaster Preparedness MonthNews Item
Insured Losses From Hurricane Isaac Could Reach $2 BillionNews Item
Many Still Without Power After IsaacNews Item
Disaster Assistance Provided in Louisiana, MississippiNews Item
Definition of Storms by “Category” Is QuestionedNews Item
Hurricane Isaac Slams Into Southeastern LouisianaNews Item
Insurers May Face $5 Billion in Drought LossesNews Item
A Benefit of the Drought: Fewer TornadoesNews Item
Last Year’s Washington D.C. Earthquake Was a Rare EventNews Item
Drought Worst Since 1956, Temperatures Hottest Since 1895News Item
Half of U.S. Counties Now Considered Drought Disaster AreasNews Item
Property Market Upheaval Caused by Hurricane Andrew Continues 20 Years OnNews Item
Drought is Worst in Half CenturyNews Item
Rare “Land Hurricane” Cuts Path of Destruction from Midwest to EastNews Item
New York City at Big Risk of Storm Surge if Hurricane HitsNews Item
Start of Hurricane Season Causes Insurance Worries in FloridaNews Item
Commissioners Debate Regional Solutions to Gulf Coast InsuranceNews Item
Up to Eight Hurricanes Forecast for 2012News Item
Rhode Island Limits Hurricane Deductibles to One Per YearNews Item
A Year After Joplin Tornado, $2.16B in Insurance Claims PaidNews Item
Report Warns Budget Cuts Could Hamper Hurricane, Tornado ForecastsNews Item
Insurance Issues UpdatesNews Item
Alabama Tornadoes Worst in State’s HistoryNews Item
More Families Building Tornado SheltersNews Item
Data May Show Why Deadly Tornadoes EmergeNews Item
Beware ‘Storm Chaser’ ContractorsNews Item
If ‘Fracking’ Causes an Earthquake, Will You Be Covered?News Item
Fracking Tied to Unusual Rise in Earthquakes in Central U.S.News Item
March Toll for Insured Tornado Losses is $1.2 BillionNews Item
Relatively Mild Hurricane Season PredictedNews Item
PIA National Natural Catastrophe Working Group Approves ResolutionNews Item
Missouri Homeowners Rates Jump Due to TornadoesNews Item
Is Tornado Coverage About to Get Expensive or Scarce?News Item
Tornado Losses Could Reach Hundreds of MillionsNews Item
Above-Normal Tornado Season Expected in 2012News Item
Louisiana High Court Refuses to Overturn Citizens RulingNews Item
Alabama Tornado Claims Could Reach $30 MillionNews Item