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State of Insurance in Louisiana 10 Years After Katrina

Louisiana Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon released a new report on the state's insurance market at the State of Insurance Markets Ten Years Post-Hurricanes Katrina and Rita Summit hosted by the Louisiana Department of Insurance at the University of New Orleans on Aug. 11...
August 19, 2015

State of Insurance in Louisiana 10 Years After Katrina: Louisiana Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon released a new report on the state's insurance market at the State of Insurance Markets Ten Years Post-Hurricanes Katrina and Rita Summit hosted by the Louisiana Department of Insurance at the University of New Orleans on Aug. 11.

The report details the effects of two of the most costly disasters in United States history and how the Louisiana insurance market has grown over the past ten years. "Our insurance market has come back stronger and more diverse 10 years later and our consumers have more options, more competition and more reasons to expect a bright future," said Donelon.

PIA National President Richard A. Clements of Chalmette, Louisiana, was a panelist on the insurance markets summit.

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