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Last Post 09/02/2010 2:36 AM by  catwoman
Insurance Company Exposure By State (Hurricane)
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elivanderslice
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08/30/2010 10:15 PM

    Anyone know of a website that will depict which insurance company's are at greatest risk due to Hurricane?  Possibly a scenario such as if hurricane struck here, what insurance company's would be impacted the most.

    I am a licensed adjuster and more importantly, a recruiter, attempting to expand out of Texas.

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    Ray Hall
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    08/30/2010 10:43 PM

    Its allways State Farm, Allstate, Nationwide, Liberty Mutual, USAA, Travelers, Hartford, CHUBB, Auto Club, Farmers, Zurich. On the East Coast Utica Harkeysville, Eire and and manny more. The Fair plan in MSS & RI. and so forth and so forth. Do not forget the NEW ENGLAND Group of Mutauls, Quincy, Merrimack, Andover etc. Lots of commercial too many to name on the East Coast

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    jdacree
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    08/30/2010 11:00 PM
    As far as insurers by state you can also go to the state DOI and look at thier last reports which are broken down by coverage type and insurer.
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    Ol' Ghost
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    08/30/2010 11:05 PM
    It really is nice to see our collective blood getting up, much like a pride of lions with their noses in the wind smelling a herd of delicious antelope coming towards them. Here we've put aside our petty bickering and baiting to get our kit packed and the rigs loaded. All that's left is to gas up when the marching orders arrive with the ringing of the phone. I'll never tire of this anticipation if I live to be 17 years old!

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    ChuckDeaton
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    08/31/2010 12:52 AM
    And Ray's list is generally admitted companies, there are many non admitted companies.
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    elivanderslice
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    08/31/2010 12:00 PM
    Thank you. That is excellent information.
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    CatAdjusterX
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    08/31/2010 3:28 PM
    Posted By Ol' Ghost on 30 Aug 2010 11:05 PM
    It really is nice to see our collective blood getting up, much like a pride of lions with their noses in the wind smelling a herd of delicious antelope coming towards them. Here we've put aside our petty bickering and baiting to get our kit packed and the rigs loaded. All that's left is to gas up when the marching orders arrive with the ringing of the phone. I'll never tire of this anticipation if I live to be 17 years old!

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    Kinda like the week before Christmas !!

    "A good leader leads..... ..... but a great leader is followed !!" CatAdjusterX@gmail.com
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    catwoman
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    09/02/2010 2:36 AM
    But Christmas , we are spending it, not making it. lol. True. There is some sort of rush that we seem to get when a storm is approaching. I think that it's the gypsy in me. Never knowing where your going, or what your going to see. I got the same rush as a kid when a storm was in the gulf, I knew that meant no school, and a visit to family members up north somewhere. Then back home, no power, mom and dad sitting outdoors with the neighbors and a battery operated radio, firing up the grill to cook everything that had not spoiled yet. Going with mom to stand in line for ice. These are some of my fondest childhood memories. So, there's not roof on the house, Daddy will fix it!
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