Property-insurance coverage claims from Hurricane Irma have approached $four.2 billion in estimated losses, based on the newest numbers from the Florida Workplace of Insurance coverage Regulation.
As of Thursday, 644,908 claims, totaling $four,182,798,217 in insured losses, had been filed from the lethal storm that pounded the state Sept. 10 and Sept. eleven.
As examples of the almost statewide impression of Irma, seventy seven,132 claims had been filed in Miami-Dade County, fifty three,799 claims had been filed in Orange County, forty three,017 claims had been filed in Collier County, and 27,394 claims had been filed in Duval County.
Even in Leon County, residence to Tallahassee, there had been 916 claims.
Monroe County, the place the storm first made landfall, had 21,702 claims filed as of Thursday.
Different counties with giant numbers of claims included Broward, fifty one,242; Lee, forty eight,146; Polk, forty,444; Brevard, 29,876; Palm Seashore, 25,335; and Osceola, 21,386.
The Workplace of Insurance coverage Regulation web site doesn’t break down the numbers by insurer.
On Wednesday, state-backed Residents Property Insurance coverage stated greater than forty five,600 claims had been filed by its policyholders. The corporate estimated that the general complete of claims will attain $1.23 billion, with one other 15,000 claims anticipated to be filed inside the subsequent two years.