A magnitude (M) 5.9 earthquake struck eastern Afghanistan in the early morning hours of June 22
As climate change continues to increase the severity and frequency of natural catastrophe events, it is more important than ever for communities to be prepared for when disaster strikes. While we can’t control the occurrence of natural disasters like hurricanes, we can prepare for them. Understan...
The 2022 Hurricane Report provides insight into property risk, both nationally and by metro area, across single-family homes and multifamily homes from hurricane-driven wind and storm surge.
More than approximately 4 million single-family homes experienced 60 mph or greater wind speeds during the June 13 severe thunderstorm outbreak,
First official hurricane of the 2022 season is the earliest Category 2 storm to make landfall along Mexican Pacific Coast Hurricane Agatha made landfall just west of Puerto Angel, Mexico along the Pacific Coast at 4:00 pm CT on Monday, May 30, 2022. This is the earliest Category 2 storm to make l...
Three Things to Know About the Coastal Fire of Laguna Niguel
More than 20 confirmed tornadoes occurred over the two-day period On Monday, March 21, 2022, several tornadoes touched down in portions of Texas including the Austin, TX area, north of the Dallas/Fort Worth area, and near Longview, TX in eastern TX. This same storm system was associated with seve...
Three named storms arrived in Europe over the last week: Storm Dudley, Storm Eunice and Storm Franklin (also known as Ylenia, Zeynep and Antonia).
2021 proved to be yet another challenging year for property & casualty insurers with significant variations in reconstruction costs, growing threats to property from natural catastrophes, and the persistent impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
On Friday evening, December 10, a deadly series of tornadoes broke out across six states: Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, and Tennessee.
Hurricane Pamela made landfall along Mexico’s Pacific Coast early the morning of October 14, 2021