Hard market could be short-lived as new capacity enters market
The extraordinary mudslides that hit California after torrential rains could result in an economic loss of more than $100 million and insured losses of tens of millions of dollars, according to Impact Forecasting, part of Aon Benfield.
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California mudslides, Insured losses, Aon Benfield, Catastrophe, North America