PropertyCasualty360.com’s Claims Channel Editor Christina Bramlet is twittering every day about breaking news and timely topics — not to mention keeping readers up to date on claims-related news and analysis being posted on PropertyCasualty360.com.
You can “follow” Christina’s postings by clicking here. In the meantime, below is a sample of the many tweets made throughout this week and last:
After Lee dumped more than a foot of rain across Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama, flash flood warnings are issued. http://ow.ly/6nHDM
The wildfires in Texas have spread through millions of acres, destroying thousands of homes. More on projected losses: http://ow.ly/6nHcH
Deloitte Researcher and Brooklynite Sam Friedman says Irene was an exercise in personal risk management: http://ow.ly/6nFn0
Paper disputing science of climate change "fundamentally flawed." http://ow.ly/6mL4T
As slow-moving Lee churns, Gulf coast states brace themselves for heavy rains: bit.ly/q3Zn6x
For the 10th consecutive year, Amica Mutual's homeowners' insurance customers report the highest satisfaction levels, J.D. Power concluded.
The few homeowners in CAT-prone areas who opt for flood insurance tend to be less satisfied with their policies: http://ow.ly/6jQdK
Spoke with two preeminent NY insurance litigators to examine facets of coverage triggered by Irene. Stay tuned for our in-depth analysis!
In the fourth of five articles highlighting 2011 Insurance IT All Stars, PC360_Tech talks with Joan Falcetta of MetLife: http://ow.ly/6j5rM
We can learn a lot about disaster preparedness from Waffle House, "a risk management role model," FEMA reports: http://ow.ly/6j4XR
September 2011 Cover Story: Facing Fraud Together Featured Content: A Volatile Climate Soft Contents... fb.me/1i4rVZ0GO
Katia now a category 1 hurricane; sustained winds near 75 mph: http://ow.ly/6iIub
Typhoon Nanmadol Makes 3 Landfalls; Insured Losses Under $700M: http://ow.ly/6iH1E
Eqecat: Insurers to Pay $1.5B-$2.8B from Irene http://ow.ly/6i4Au
RT @breakingweather: Katia almost a hurricane. Winds @ 70mph. Moving WNW @ 20mph.Currently 1285 mi. E of Leeward Islands
Disaster recovery on the minds of many risk managers: http://ow.ly/6i4mJ
While P&C insurers have the financial fortitude to weather Irene losses, future events may leave industry vulnerable. http://ow.ly/6hZ32