Property Insurance: Hurricanes

Hurricane History: Path of 2005 Storms

Excellent graphic showing Florida paths of Rita, Katrina, Dennis and Wilma from the 2005 hurricane season. From a presentation to the Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund Advisory Council on October 16, 2007.

Hurricane History: Path of 2005 Storms 

Insured losses from Florida natural catastrophes, 1950 to 2006. Information is provided by Property Claim Services, a subsidiary of Insurance Service Office.

Florida Insured Catastrophe Losses, 1950-2006

Office of Insurance Regulation,

Hurricane Summary Data for the eight hurricanes impacting Florida during the 2004 and 2005 hurricane seasons. Dated August 2006.


This graphic of the paths of the eight hurricanes impacting Florida in 2004 and 2005 was prepared for the Property Insurance Reform Committee chaired by then Lieutenant Governor Toni Jennings.

Florida Hurricane Tracks 2004/2005

Updated figures from the Office of Insurance Regulation on insured losses from the eight hurricanes striking Florida in 2004 and 2005. From OIR's Ttransition Report, December 2006.

2004/05 Hurricane Insurance Losses


April 16, 2007

Prepared by Florida Insurance Council staff

The National Hurricane Center in Miami-Dade County last week revised its list of the costliest as well as deadliest hurricanes. According to the NHC, 2004/2005 produced seven of the nine costliest hurricanes to strike the U.S. coastline since 1900 and did $167 billion in total damage. And all seven struck Florida - Charley, Ivan, Frances and Jeanne in 2004; and Katrina, Wilma and Rita in 2005.

The report is available from the NHC Internet site through this link:

NHC: Most Expensive Hurricanes