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Frances Insured Losses May Be Less Than Charlie's

Initial estimates are that insured losses as a result of Hurricane Frances' slow, grinding trek across Florida may be lower that those caused by Hurricane...
September 7, 2004

Initial estimates are that insured losses as a result of Hurricane Frances' slow, grinding trek across Florida may be lower that those caused by Hurricane Charlie just a few weeks before. Risk Management Solutions (RMS) said that losses from Frances could cost insurers $3 billion to $6 billion. At that level, insured losses from Frances would be less than the losses associated with Hurricane Charley, which are currently estimated at $6 to $8 billion.

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