Florida Insurance Commissioner David Altmaier and the Office of Insurance Regulation (OIR) are committed to ensuring that companies assess damage from Hurricane Dorian and pay claims quickly.
In the event of a hurricane or other natural disaster causing catastrophic damage in the state of Florida, it will likely become necessary for the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation (Office) to institute a data call for the purposes of collecting claims and other relevant information from insurance companies. This authority is mandated pursuant to Section 624.307, Florida Statutes.
Hurricane Dorian Claims Data
This aggregate information is compiled from claims data filed by insurers. It has not been audited or independently verified. Companies were required to begin submitting data on September 9, 2019 and the data covers all claims based on filings received by the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation as of September 16, 2019. Additional data calls may be conducted.
|Lines of Business||Number of Claims Reported||Number of Open Claims with Payment||Number of Open Claims without Payment||Number of Claims Closed with Payment||Number of Claims Closed without Payment||Percent of Claims Closed|
|Other Lines of Business||1,500||68||882||459||91||36.7%|
Total Estimated Insured Losses: 18,801,559
Hurricane Dorian Total Claims September 16, 2019:
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