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10 Years After Superstorm Sandy: The Paradox of ...
Firas Saleh
Firas Saleh October 27, 2022

It has been 10 years since Hurricane Sandy, a.k.a. Superstorm Sandy, made its second landfall as a post-tropical storm in Brigantine, a city…

Lessons from Hurricane Ida: How Catastrophe Mode...
Firas Saleh
Firas Saleh May 25, 2022

Flood remains the most underinsured climate risk in the U.S. Consulting firm Milliman estimates that just 4 percent of U.S. homeowners have…

Decrease your Susceptibility to Poor Insured Dec...
Oliver Smith
Oliver Smith February 08, 2022

Originally appeared in PropertyCasual360 The loss response of a location exposed to a given peril can vary significantly, even when exposed…

Four Influences on the FEMA 1 Percent Probabilit...
Robert Muir-Wood
Robert Muir-Wood September 09, 2021

Where did the 1 percent probability flood line (100-year flood), the baseline metric for the U.S. flood insurance market, originate from? Why…

Why Long-term NFIP Reform Is a Must
Emily Grover-Kopec
Emily Grover-Kopec January 23, 2019

In my recent article in Reactions entitled Why Long-term NFIP Reform is a Must, I looked back at the flood events of 2018 through the lens of…

U.S. Flood Insurance: Top Five Things You Should...
Emily Grover-Kopec
Emily Grover-Kopec January 16, 2019

As we move full steam in to 2019, it is worth remembering that some good progress was made during 2018 with regards to advancing the private…

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