Insurers begin to calculate effects of Sept. 11

November 2001
Employee Benefit News;Nov2001, Vol. 15 Issue 14, p61
Reports the effect of the September 11 terrorists attacks to the economy of the United States. Increase in the mental health services and stress related physical maladies; Increase the claims of insurance companies; Decrease in the earnings companies.


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