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Hurricane-force winds can cause significant structural damage and can knock out power lines, potentially causing surge damage in unprotected electronics and appliances when electricity is ultimately restored. With Hurricane Irma having left more than 8 million Florida and Georgia residents in the dark and Hurricane Maria cutting power to the island of Puerto Rico potentially for months, insurance carriers should expect a high volume of hurricane-related power-surge claims in its wake.

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