Hurricane Ian insured losses near $12.6 billion in Florida

ORLANDO, Fla. — Estimated insured losses from Hurricane Ian keep climbing.


The deadly storm tore through Florida in late September.

Read: Hurricane season 2022: How it impacted Central Florida, a look back at the numbers

The state office of insurance regulation said estimated insured losses are nearing $12.6 billion.

That’s compared to $10.2 billion one month ago.

Watch: ‘No answers’: New Smyrna Beach commissioner hosts forum for residents ravaged by Ian, Nicole

Residents have filed nearly 670,000 claims.

While most of those claims involve homes, they also include businesses and car damage.

Read: Florida Blue donates $1 million to communities hardest hit by Hurricane Ian

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