Hurricane Fiona’s insured losses could be ‘manageable’: AM Best
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Hurricane Fiona’s insured losses could be ‘manageable’: AM Best

September 18, 2022, Puerto Rico: In an aerial photo, flooding is seen from Hurricane Fiona after it struck Puerto Rico's southwest coast and knocked the power grid out. U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents were out working to survey the flooding and

The losses incurred by Hurricane Fiona in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic will likely develop over a longer timeframe but nonetheless are expected to be “manageable,” according to commentary from AM Best.

Fiona arrived in Puerto Rico on September 18 as a Category 1 storm, causing considerable damage to property and a territory-wide blackout that has not yet been fully restored.

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