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After the hurricane hits. Hurricane season started on June 1, but residents in Puerto Rico, Texas, Florida and other states are still recovering from last year’s hurricanes. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Although June 1 marks the official start of hurricane season, insurers are still dealing with claims from Harvey, Irma and Maria, and scrambling to sort out the mess created in the storms’ aftermath. The legal problems arising out of those windstorm claims will continue to bedevil adjusters for months, if not years, to come.

Those in the C-Suite are working on big-picture and organic, company-wide changes to ensure that flaws in the way the storms were handled are smoothed over, and that best practices are in place for this storm season. Independent adjuster firms that experienced staffing shortages will need to reassess and retool before another round of storms.

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