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Impact of Catastrophic Events on Claims Handling

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Superstorm Sandy resulted in economic losses of $50 billion across the United States with insured losses of $25 billion, making it the second costliest storm in history. What was the impact of Sandy on claims handling and on claimants’ perceptions of how insurers handled these claims?