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In observation of the 20th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks that claimed the lives of 2,996 individuals, these articles curated by PropertyCasualty360.com honor loved ones lost and reflect on the lasting impact 9/11 has had on the insurance industry.

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An aerial view of the World Trade Center from the late 1970s. (AP Photo/Peter J. Eckel)

Insurers’ exposure to the 9/11 terrorist attacks has not gone away, as the owners of the World Trade Center continue to seek recoveries from that tragic event in federal court.

One of the defendants in the latest suit brought by leaseholder World Trade Center Properties, LLC—owned by Silverstein Properties—says that its insurer would be responsible for paying any judgment if the courts rule against it.

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