hotel-destroyed-by-hurricane With careful planning, claims for even the largest catastrophe losses can go more smoothly. (Photo: iStock)

With the U.S. Atlantic Hurricane season on the horizon, risk managers with properties and critical suppliers or customers from the Gulf all the way north into the New England coastal areas need to make sure their firms are fully prepared well in advance of any potential event. Here are eight keys to prepare for and manage large property and business interruption claims.

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