A severe weather outbreak including tornadoes and hail may have impacted approximately 358,000 homes worth an estimated $83.2B across the central U.S.
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.
CoreLogic estimates over 4,100 homes were within the path of the tornado that hit Mississippi on March 24, 2023.
In Part 2, host Maiclaire Bolton Smith talks about the atmospheric rivers and the snow that has made headlines and headway in altering California’s natural hazard landscape.
CoreLogic Weather Verification Services captured wind and tornado footprints from the severe weather system in California.
A Conversation With Kent David and Tom Larsen Since the beginning of the year, California has been drenched by atmospheric rivers. The flooding in California has transformed the perception of sunny beaches and eternal summer into images of submerged streets and mudslides. However, in such a large...
CoreLogic estimates that insurable losses from the Ecuador earthquake will be up to $600 million.
CoreLogic estimates 5,895 single- and multifamily residential properties at risk of flooding from atmospheric rivers in California.
In Part 2, Host Maiclaire Bolton Smith continues the conversation about how insurers will need to access Big Data to effectively translate homeowner wildfire risk mitigation efforts into insurance discounts.
Host Maiclaire Bolton Smith sits down with Paul Brown, CoreLogic's Director of Insurance Market Strategy for Hazard and Risk Management about how insurers will need to access Big Data to effectively translate homeowner wildfire risk mitigation efforts into insurance discounts.
A sequence of powerful earthquakes struck near the Turkey-Syria border, with three of the earthquakes registering magnitudes exceeding 6.5.