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A major hurricane hitting Florida this year would result in households there having to make up a shortfall in reserves for the state insurer of last resort by paying $14,000 each over the next 30 years, a consulting firm estimates.

The findings for a once-in-250-year storm event were made in a study by Towers Perrin Tillinghast commissioned by the statewide employers group Associated Industries of Florida (AIF), based in Tallahassee.

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