The Allstate Corporation has estimated catastrophe losses for the month of June 2014 of $216 million pre-tax or $140 million after-tax.
The total for the second quarter now stands at $936 million pre-tax or $608 million after-tax.
The losses occurring in June came from 12 events.
Allstate previously announced $720 million pre-tax or $468 million after-tax, in estimated catastrophe losses for the months of April and May 2014.
“Non-catastrophe frequency and severity losses for second quarter 2014 were below first quarter 2014 which was impacted by severe winter weather losses,” said Allstate.
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Allstate, Cat Losses, North America