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Today, Aug. 24, 2006, marks the 14th anniversary since Hurricane Andrew first made its devastating landfall in Florida. Even though Andrew’s financial figures now pale in comparison to last year’s Hurricane Katrina (adjusted for inflation, Katrina’s insured property loss figures of $40 billion still are double Andrew’s losses), at the time it raised a number of familiar questions and reminds us that issues faced by adjusters back then still continue today.

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