Catastrophe News

Explore the newest/trending Catastrophe content.

Latest Catastrophe Stories

Southern California Edison to Pay $80M to US Over 2017 Wildfire

Feb 27 2024 // Southern California Edison agreed to pay the United States $80 million to cover costs and damages incurred by the U.S. Forest Service from the 2017 Thomas wildfire in California’s Los Padres National Forecast, the...

Fidelis Insurance Holdings Sponsors New ‘Herbie Re’ Catastrophe Bond

Feb 23 2024 // Fidelis Insurance Holdings Ltd., the Bermuda insurance holding company, announced it has closed a new catastrophe bond via its “Herbie Re” program. This is the fifth series of notes issued by Herbie Re and will...

AccuWeather Warns of Potential ‘Super-Charged’ 2024 Hurricane Season

Feb 23 2024 // AccuWeather experts warn that the return La Niña and historically warm water across the Atlantic Ocean could contribute to a “super-charged” hurricane season in 2024. AccuWeather long-range forecasters say...

Workers’ Comp Rating Bureau Working on 2024 NAIC Terrorism Risk Insurance Data Call

Feb 23 2024 // The Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau plans to submit to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) insurer-specific California workers’ comp terrorism exposure data, including...

NHC Unveils New Hurricane Forecast Maps for 2024, Showing More Inland Warnings

Feb 21 2024 // The familiar “cone of uncertainty” map, used for years by meteorologists to show a hurricane’s predicted path, is about to get an upgrade – at least temporarily, the National Hurricane Center announced...

Hub Launches High Net Worth Excess Wildfire Program in California

Feb 19 2024 // HUB International launched a new program to address the need for enhanced wildfire coverage of high value homes that will be offered exclusively by HUB Private Client to address the insurance and risk management needs of...

View More

Our best content, delivered to your inbox

Get the insurance industry's trusted newsletter

Related Topics