Monday, May 08, 2006

Hurricane Insurance

Insurers play the odds. They create hurricane models that estimate the chance of impact and, if so, the cost to fix damages. But private insurers' models are proprietary, making it difficult to assess the validity of rate hike requests. That may change, however: a public model to predict hurricane risk has been developed by six Florida colleges, including UF and FSU.

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