La.: Insured Storm Damages At $16M

NU Online News Service, July 11, 12:00 p.m. EDT?Robert Wooley, the insurance commissioner for Louisiana, disclosed this week that Tropical Storm Bill, which came ashore on June 30, caused some $16 million in insured damages in his state.

This $16 million figure, which also includes federal flood insurance claims, is still a preliminary estimate and will likely increase incrementally in the days ahead, he noted.

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