PCS County-Level Losses
Starting with key events in 2017 and 2018 – including Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria – PCS users can gain access to county-level industry loss estimates for catastrophes in the United States. The insured loss threshold for county-level reporting is US$1 billion and include breakdowns by class of business (personal, commercial, and auto) and estimated claim counts under this service. County-level loss estimates are available for events in all 50 states, as well as U.S. territories and possessions.
In addition to the key events of 2017, PCS provides county-level industry loss estimates for qualifying events open for resurvey as of February 18, 2019, and for all new qualifying events thereafter. PCS has averaged 7 events per year of at least US$1 billion from 2014-2018, spanning winter storm, severe thunderstorm and hail, and hurricane and tropical storm. In the past, PCS has recorded terror and earthquake events of above US$1 billion, as well.
Licensed users will be able to access county-level estimates either through the ISOnet portal or using an updated version of the PCS FlatCat service. PCS county-level industry loss estimates are an additional service for users of PCS for insured loss estimates on U.S. catastrophe events.
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