California’s September Wildfires Among Costliest Ever At $2B In Damages

 Friday, October 16, 2015

 The Sacramento Bee

The first solid estimate of the economic harm caused by the Butte and Valley fires has arrived, and it’s a staggering number: nearly $2 billion in combined damages. The report by insurance company Aon Benfield confirms state officials’ fears that the twin wildfires, which transfixed much of Northern California during a two-week stretch in September, were among the costliest in the state’s history. The fires burned thousands of homes and other buildings, and left six people dead.

Fire rips through vacant home, damages two others in Oregon

 Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Insured losses from Ohio September storms top $17 million

 Wednesday, October 20, 2010

 The Columbus Dispatch

Insurance Industry Continues to Bleed Jobs

 Wednesday, October 13, 2010

 Insurance Networking News