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Bermuda escapes the worst of hurricane Igor, Mexico loss from Karl also lower than expected

So far, the 2010 Atlantic hurricane season has been kind to insurers and reinsurers. On each occasion that a large loss has been expected the winds have died or the storm track has changed enough to prevent that large loss happening. Despite this being one of the most active seasons read the full article →

Bermuda lashed by Hurricane Igor’s 93mph+ winds

Hurricane Igor passed over Bermuda last night as a Category 1 storm. Thankfully Igor weakened a little prior to passing just to the west of the island, however Bermuda caught some of the strongest winds from the hurricane as they happened to be to its eastern edge. Hurricane force winds read the full article →

Hurricane Igor a real threat to Bermuda

Bermuda is at risk of a dangerous side swipe from Hurricane Igor. Igor, the ninth named storm of the Atlantic season, is currently an extremely powerful Category 4 hurricane with sustained winds of 155mph. It's tracking towards Bermuda at the moment and is forecast to pass just to the west read the full article →