Research, property data, stringent building codes, and a commitment to preparedness are 2023 lessons to prepare for 2024 natural disasters.
A very shallow, magnitude 7.5 earthquake struck the Noto Peninsula in western Japan on New Year's Day.
Reliable risk modeling for property risk begins with merging current peril risk models with future climate models.
As rising global temperatures continue to contribute to increasingly hazardous wildfire seasons, it is more important than ever for homeowners, insurers, and governments to understand the risk these hazards pose to their communities.
Atmospheric rivers inundate Southern California for the second consecutive winter, putting 540,000+ homes at risk of flash flood damage.
Storm Ingunn hit coastal Norway on Jan. 31 with Category 4-equivalent winds. Severe, localized damage was reported.
Storm Isha, Europe's ninth named windstorm this season, brought hurricane-strength gusts to parts of the UK; disrupted business in Western Europe.
Winter Storm Finn brought damaging and deadly tornadoes to the southeastern U.S.
Severe weather outbreak in the southeastern U.S. brought an EF-3 tornado that tore through northern Tennessee damaging and destroying property.
CoreLogic and BCG explore the top 5 ways to prepare for climate change and the resulting physical risk to property.
Storm Ciarán (Emir), the third significant named storm of the 2023-2024 European winter storm season, set new meteorological records.