Though winter begins to wind down in March, major storms remain a possibility along with other severe weather. In fact, last year PCS® designated one winter storm and…
February can be an active month for catastrophes, with the threat of winter storms and wind and thunderstorm events.
Firefighters around the world are struggling with wildfire seasons that seem to grow longer and more destructive every year.
California housing activity experiences notable growth in wildfire-impacted regions. Verisk analyzes increases in housing activity in these areas.
December traditionally experiences catastrophes from wind and thunderstorm events or winter storms, but in recent years, wildfires have been a growing threat.
With hurricane season ending officially on November 30, we look ahead to the potential catastrophe risks for the month.
Three major wildfires caused damage and widespread evacuations in California. Verisk has preliminary analysis of the risk distribution in affected ZIP codes.
October marks the end of peak hurricane season. While the fourth quarter generally tends to be less active than the third, insurers should still be vigilant in preparing…
The “protection gap” illustrates insurers’ potential for growth and society’s need for protection. Learn more in AIR Worldwide's Global Modeled Catastrophe Losses report.
For the second straight year, the Atlantic hurricane season had an early start with Subtropical Storm Andrea in May and Hurricane Barry in July, which was a…
As we head into the summer months—and deeper into Atlantic hurricane season—we examine recent catastrophe trends for July.
Assessing wildfire risk to properties takes deep, diverse data, plus sophisticated analytics and scientific methods in an ecosystem of constant innovation.
June marks the official start of the Atlantic hurricane season (June 1 – November 30). According to forecasters, 2019 will be a slightly below-average season for the area…
FireLine, Verisk’s wildfire risk management tool, is guiding analysis of risk factors within the perimeter of the Chuckegg Creek Fire in Alberta, Canada.
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