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Press Releases

August 28th, 2012

MEDIA ADVISORY: Isaac Predicted To Hit Gulf Coast ; I.I.I. Offers National & Local Insurance Experts

Read full release Insurance Information Institute – Industry-wide Information on Disaster Insurance  Dr. Robert Hartwig, President and Economist: 917-453-1885 (cell);bobh@iii.org Jeanne M. Salvatore, Senior Vice President and Consumer Spokesperson:…

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News Stories

November 21st, 2014

New maps have same old flaws

Houma Today

The National Hurricane Center has released a new set of maps designed to assess the flood risk of each area.That is a noble and worthwhile goal, one that has the possibility of saving property and lives and that could lead to much better decision-making.The…

November 16th, 2014

State Farm raising auto rates by 3.7% in Louisiana

The Advocate

Auto insurance rates will rise an average of 3.7 percent beginning Dec. 8 for customers of State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co., which insures about one in three vehicles in Louisiana.Rates for motorcycles and recreational vehicles will decrease…

September 12th, 2014

Citizens Property insurance rates rising for most commercial customers

The Advocate

Premiums for almost all of Louisiana Citizens Property Insurance Corp.’s commercial customers will increase an average of 2.3 percent beginning in February, under a proposed rate filing.But the 307 customers whose properties lie below the Gulf…

September 12th, 2014

Citizens ups rates for most commercial customers

New Orleans City Business

BATON ROUGE — Premiums for almost all of Louisiana Citizens Property Insurance Corp.’s commercial customers will increase an average of 2.3 percent beginning in February, under a proposed rate filing. But the 307 customers whose properties…

August 29th, 2014

Louisiana’s Homeowners Market Stronger 9 Years after Katrina

Insurance Journal

Louisiana’s property insurance market is vastly improved nine years after Hurricane Katrina devastated the state on Aug. 29, 2005, largely due to the implementation of statewide building codes and strategies that have helped create a more competitive…

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