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Recovery From Hurricane Florence Underway
The recovery process from Hurricane Florence is underway in hard-hit North Carolina, where there’s a lack of properties covered by flood insurance.
Why Do People Stay Put During Hurricanes?
This article is written by Robert Meyer, co-director of the Wharton Center for Risk Management and Decision Processes, at the University of Pennsylvania.
Florence Exposes Flood Insurance Gap
Florida officials point to North Carolina -- and issue a warning.
Maine’s Cioppa Named New Rep to FSOC
State insurance regulators have appointed Eric A. Cioppa, Superintendent of the Maine Bureau of Insurance, to a two-year term as the state insurance commissioner representative on the Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC).
Puerto Rico Government Sues Insurers
The Puerto Rico Insurance Commissioner’s Office and Consumer Affairs Department filed two lawsuits against insurance companies on the island for claims payment delays.
September Is National Preparedness Month
As part of PIA’s ongoing partnership with The Hartford’s flood insurance program, we are proud to provide PIA members with the latest Flood Agent eNewsletter.
Understanding Volcano Risks to Homes
A CoreLogic report on the area on Hawaii impacted from Mt. Kilauea’s lava flow.
Self-Driving Cars Hit a Speed Bump
Less than half of Americans (43 percent) are interested in utilizing self-driving cars, down from 53 percent last year.
Industry Well-capitalized for Florence
U.S. insurers are sitting on roughly a half-trillion of available capital.
Flood Insurance Uptake Lags Despite Hurricanes
data from the National Flood Insurance Program showed that 3.6 percent fewer flood insurance policies are in force in North Carolina compared to 2013.