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Disaster Recovery Planning: Preparation is the Key to Surviving Disasters

You can be sure that if disaster does strike, a full and timely recovery will depend on your ability to deal with the unexpected. THE 10 MOST COSTLY CATASTROPHES, UNITED STATES 1 Insured Losses in ($) Millions Rank Date Peril Dollars When Occurred In 2007 Dollars 2 1 Aug. 2005 Hurricane Katrina $41,100 $43,625 2 Aug. 1992 Hurricane Andrew 15,500 22,902 3 Sept. 2001 World Trade Center, Pentagon Terrorists Attacks 18,779 21,981 4 Jan. 1994 Northridge, CA Earthquake 12,500 17,485 5 Oct. 2005 Hurricane Wilma 10,300 10,933 6 Sept. 2008 Hurricane Ike 10,655 10,655 3 7 Aug. 2004 Hurricane Charley 7,475 8,203 8 Sept. 2004 Hurricane Ivan 7,110 7,803 9 Sept. 1989 Hurricane Hugo 4,195 7,013 10 Sept. 2005 Hurricane Rita 5,627 5,973 (1) Property coverage only. Does not include flood damage covered by the federally administered National Flood Insurance Program. (2) Adjusted to 2007 dollars by the Insurance Information Institute. (3) Estimated. Expressed in 2008 dollars. Source: Insurance Services Office Property Claim Services Unit; Insurance Information Institute ADJUSTERS INTERNATIONAL .COM 7 A D J U S T I N G T O D A Y

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