The Thomas Fire that affected the Southern California counties of Ventura and Santa Barbara in December 2017 has caused insured losses of between $1 billion and $2.5 billion, according to estimates by data analytics firm RMS.
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RMS, Thomas fires, Wildfires, Catastrophe losses, Insured losses, Property, Insurance, Reinsurance, North America