Most expensive hurricanes in the U.S. as of 2020, by property losses

This statistic presents the most expensive hurricanes in the United States as of April 2020, by insured property damage. Hurricane Katrina, which hit America between 25 and 30 August 2005, caused insured property losses amounting to 52.83 billion U.S. dollars.

Most expensive hurricanes in the United States as of April 2020, by insured property losses

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Release date

November 2019

Region

United States

Survey time period

as of April 17, 2020

Special properties

in 2019 U.S. dollars

Supplementary notes

*Source gave a range, so highest point of range used.
Excludes flood damage covered by the federally administered National Flood Insurance Program.
Adjusted for inflation through 2019 by ISO using the GDP implicit price deflator.

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