ProCentury Announces Limited Exposure to Hurricane Charley

August 26, 2004

Ohio-based ProCentury Corporation, a specialty property and casualty insurance holding company, announced it expects to have limited losses attributable to Hurricane Charley. Based on estimates generated from catastrophe models, the Company believes pre-tax losses from the Hurricane will not exceed $300,000.

Chris Timm, President of Century Insurance Group commented, “It is our practice not to write wind coverage in Florida or within two counties of the Gulf of Mexico and the eastern seaboard states. Therefore, we expect limited exposure to the damage related to Hurricane Charley.”

Topics Catastrophe Natural Disasters Hurricane

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