Posted on Nov 28, 2018
Newman Crane & Associates Insurance
The 2018 hurricane season is projected to end by the end of the month, but it’s already produced a lot of damage to homes, communities and business across the United States’ southeastern section. This damage, whether it’s flood, wind or emotional, is still being assessed and the overall financial total may not be calculated for some time. However, The Balance points out that on average, storm seasons cost the U.S. about $28 billion a year in damage, with that rate projected to rise to $38 billion by 2075.