Florida’s Homeowners Crisis Requires Insurance Stability, Legislative Reform and Smart Technology

Even before Hurricane Ian, Florida's home insurance market was hobbled by fraudulent claims, pricey lawsuits and financial mismanagement by some insurance firms.

Private Flood Insurance Market Growing; NFIP ‘Adrift’: AM Best

Hurricane Ian may result in one of the largest losses in the history of the National Flood Insurance Program and add to its current $20.5 billion debt.

RMS: Less Than $2B in Insured Losses From Hurricane Nicole

Catastrophe modeler RMS said private market U.S. insured losses from Hurricane Nicole are estimated at less than $2 billion, with a best estimate of $1.6 billion.