June 2013
Business Insurance;6/3/2013, Vol. 47 Issue 11, p0001
The article focuses on the insured losses from several tornadoes that hit 10 states across the U.S. Midwest and the Plains as of June 3, 2013. Industry experts say that the costs were not high enough to cause price increases in the U.S. commercial property insurance market. It highlights the possibility of long-lasting business interruption coverage issues.


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