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Storm Sandy Makes 2012 The Second-Costliest Year For U.S. Insurers
Natural disasters in 2012 cost insurance companies about $58 billion, making it the second-most expensive year ever in the U.S., exceeded only by 2005 when hurricanes Katrina and Rita smashed into the Gulf Coast.
By MATTHEW STURDEVANT, email@example.com
January 3, 2013