Insurance Journal: Insurance Covered $90 Billion in Disaster Losses, But Now There’s a Huge Gap

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Insurance Journal: Last year there were 394 natural disasters, totaling around $225 billion in damages. About $90 billion of that was covered by insurance. The insurance protection gap can be defined as the proportion of damages not covered by insurances, private or governmental programs. Read more about this here.

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