The 2018 Atlantic hurricane season is nearly upon us. It begins June 1 — less than one month away — with as many as 14 named storms predicted and a greater than normal chance a major system will slam into the U.S., according to recent reports.

So how can carriers prepare, even as they continue to deal with the fallout of the record-breaking 2017 Atlantic hurricane season?

Earlier in 2018, Bill Churney, president of AIR Worldwide, had some thoughts about how carriers might model catastrophes differently after the onslaught of natural catastrophes in late 2017. Click the video embedded in this story for his comments and recommendations.

Topics Catastrophe Natural Disasters Hurricane