Although insurers escaped serious damage from catastrophes in the second quarter, according to a report released yesterday, a hurricane watch in Florida could bring unwelcomed news.

Insurers are expected to pay $920 million for second-quarter insured property losses from four catastrophes in 25 states–the lowest tally among second quarters in the past 10 years, the Property Claims Services Unit of Jersey City, N.J.-based ISO announced yesterday.

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