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The Texas Department of Insurance has recently reported that they did not receive any complaints about how claims were handled after Hurricane Humberto.

The storm struck High Island, Texas in September 2007 with 85 mph winds, and was the only hurricane to strike the U.S. mainland in the last two years. According to the Insurance Council of Texas, approximately 97 percent of the windstorm claims from Hurricane Humberto have been settled, with insured losses estimated to be near $30 million. While there are still some claims being filed, the council estimates that 90 percent of the claims were residential and 10 percent were commercial.

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