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Here are the insights insurance pros and policyholders need to know to navigate the 2022 hurricane season.


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Below, find best practices for construction operations to consider as we enter the next hurricane season. (Photo: Adobe Illustrator(R) 12)

Let’s face it; we all do it: Every spring, we anxiously await the predictions from various natural catastrophe experts, weather or climate organizations and academic institutions. How many named Atlantic storms will there be, how many will make landfall, and out of those, what number will become major hurricanes?

When those predictions come out, is your general gut feeling these predictions will come to fruition? Will they be accurate? Or fingers crossed, will we hopefully see less activity this year and beyond? As a risk manager, broker or insurance company dealing with risk in the construction industry, we know from recent data that one can no longer hope for the best and assume it will be a ‘quiet’ year.

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