Of the nearly 180 hurricanes that have hit the U.S. since 1900,28 of those storms would result in $10 billion or more in insuredlosses in 2012, according to Karen Clark & Company.

KCC recently issued a report titled “Historical Hurricanes that Would Cause $10 Billion or More ofInsured Losses Today,” which identifies historical hurricanesthat would likely cause $10 billion or more in insured losses werethey to strike today given the greater number, size and cost ofstructures in their paths.

PC360 presents the top 10 costliest historical hurricanesaccording to the KCC report. To see the full list, download thereport here.

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