Tallahassee, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – With the worst of Hurricane Irma over, insurers are breathing a sigh of relief that damage estimates have spiraled downward since last week.
According to Financial Times, damage estimates in Florida from modelling firm AIR have been set between $20 and $40 billion, down from an estimated $100 billion during last week’s lead up to the storm.
Hurricane Irma hit Florida over the weekend, striking the Florida Keys first, before heading ...
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