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Here are the insights insurance pros need to know to advise clients and navigate the 2020 hurricane season.

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Hurricane Katrina heading towards New Orleans, Louisiana, in 2005. Elements of this image furnished by NASA. (Photo: lavizzara/Shutterstock) Hurricane Katrina heading towards New Orleans, Louisiana, in 2005. Elements of this image furnished by NASA. (Photo: lavizzara/Shutterstock)

With 18 named storms, the 2019 hurricane season battered homes and businesses along the Eastern seaboard and Gulf Coasts. Hurricane Dorian, the season’s largest storm, resulted in insured losses estimated between $500 million and $1.6 billion. Tropical Storm Imelda, the season’s weakest tropical storm to make landfall in the U.S., accounted for about $2 billion in damages after flooding Texas.

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