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Personal Risk Management, Southern Wildfires and Flooding Risks- PC360_Claims Tweet Suite Digest’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

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.

The wildfires in Texas have spread through millions of acres, destroying thousands of homes. More on projected losses:

Deloitte Researcher and Brooklynite Sam Friedman says Irene was an exercise in personal risk management:

RT @pc360_tech: Blog ponders how we've changed--and the Internet, too--in the decade since 9/11.

Paper disputing science of climate change "fundamentally flawed."

RT @AP: BREAKING: Gov. Rick Perry says wildfires destroyed more than 1,000 Texas homes over Labor Day weekend: -ldh

RT @NOLAnews: 9/11, Pearl Harbor artifacts brought together at the National World War II museum

RT @WSJ: A little trouble getting started this morning? Might be a case of the Post-Labor Day Letdown:

As slow-moving Lee churns, Gulf coast states brace themselves for heavy rains:

RT @NOLAnews: Tropical Storm Lee puts oyster harvests on pause

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:

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:

We can learn a lot about disaster preparedness from Waffle House, "a risk management role model," FEMA reports:

September 2011 Cover Story: Facing Fraud Together Featured Content: A Volatile Climate Soft Contents...

RT @PC360_Risk: Bloomberg Gets It Right This Time | PropertyCasualty360:… via @PC_360

RT @III_Research: Some of the most serious Hurricane Irene damage was from river flooding in VT- See I.I.I. VT Fact Sheet

Katia now a category 1 hurricane; sustained winds near 75 mph:

RT @NewYorker: Jane Mayer on what she was doing during the 9/11 attacks & how they became the focal point of her reporting since then:

RT @iiiorg: Remembering #Sept11: The 9/11 attacks produced the 2nd largest loss in the history of insurance, just behind Hurricane Katrina.

Typhoon Nanmadol Makes 3 Landfalls; Insured Losses Under $700M:

Eqecat: Insurers to Pay $1.5B-$2.8B from Irene

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:

While P&C insurers have the financial fortitude to weather Irene losses, future events may leave industry vulnerable.

RT @nytimes: City Room: Bees Rescued After Tree Torn by Storm

RT @JohnLobert: Body shops beat insurers again: Montana estimating law to help repairers

RT @NASAHurricane: E PACIFIC- System 93E has a high chance (80%) for development into a tropical depression in the next 24 hours....

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