Insurers stand to pay out an estimated $6.1 billion in lossesstemming from Hurricane Wilma, according to the Insurance ServicesOffice.

The Property Claims Services unit of the Jersey City-based ISOsaid those losses push the year-to-date catastrophic losses to arecord $50.3 billion.

The year's three most devastating hurricanes--Katrina, Wilma andRita--together account for $45.2 billion, or 90 percent, of thetotal 2005 catastrophe loss from 22 events, ISO said.

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