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Catastrophe activity may have been light last year, but that’s only if you measure it by insured losses. Plenty of tropical storms formed in the Gulf, and 24 thunderstorm catastrophes struck the Midwest. 

Given the high frequency, 2013 was a close call. Download 2013 Year in Review: Close Call now for the details behind last year’s U.S. and Canadian catastrophe activity. 

Key facts and stats in this report include:
  • 29 catastrophes designated in the United States – but less than $13 billion in insured losses
  • Oklahoma led the country in catastrophe losses ($2 billion)
  • Florida wasn’t named in any events
  • Colorado sustained nearly $1 billion in catastrophe losses
  • Canadian catastrophe losses reached $3 billion, up 170 percent from 2012
Fill out the form on your right to download 2013 Year in Review: Close Call now, and get the insights you need to improve catastrophe planning and response.