RMS puts Hurricane Laura insured losses at up to $13bn


The onshore insured losses from Hurricane Laura, the first major storm of the 2020 North Atlantic hurricane season, will range from $9 billion to $13 billion while the offshore losses will be another $1 billion to $2 billion, according to risk modelling firm RMS. The estimate includes...

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