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National Association of Insurance Commissioners,IDRS Insurance Disaster Reporting System. Phase I Aggregate Data of The Collective States,As of December 31 2006. Claims Information Financial Projections, State Claims Claims Determined Total Claim Estimate of Expected Projected Net. Exposure Reported to be a Total Loss Payments Gross Loss Retention. AL 107 739 2 239 853 955 542,FL 127 550 3 139 971 619 473. LA 664 717 76 848 17 083 762 919,MS 431 195 30 237 7 592 068 709.
TX 660 31 19 549 564, Total 1 331 861 112 494 26 520 956 207 41 854 442 706 13 420 619 669. Claims Payments by State,853 955 542,19 549 564 971 619 473. 0 7 7 592 068 709,Total Claim Payments 17 083 762 919. Note For Aggregate data adjustments were made to Claims Information and Financial Projections due to erroneous data. duplications and or hard copy company submissions, Source DSSPROD Copyright 1990 2007 Data Retrieval Date 02 27 2007 Page 1 of 6. National Association of Insurance Commissioners,IDRS Insurance Disaster Reporting System.
Phase II Aggregate Line of Business Reporting for Hurricane Katrina. As of December 31 2006,Commercial Passenger,Fire Auto Auto. Allied Farm Home Mobile Commercial Physicial Physical Ocean Other. Lines owners owners Homeowners Multi Peril Damage Damage Flood Marine Lines Total. Number of Claims Rptd 9 332 2 201 66 329 8 626 4 120 290 9 367 1 751 217 1 988 104 221. Number of Claims Determined, to be a Total Loss 56 1 56 171 10 56 1 427 147 83 265 2 272. Total Claim Payments, Made to Date 109 369 638 17 663 333 306 284 463 27 494 320 204 119 162 2 435 212 30 406 735 53 470 045 61 206 848 31 622 213 844 071 969. Number of Claims Rptd 21 194 32 62 148 1 764 4 536 698 17 667 3 493 147 2 143 113 822. Number of Claims Determined, to be a Total Loss 59 45 49 15 15 2 634 23 3 318 3 161. Total Claim Payments, Made to Date 236 182 006 1 124 257 332 042 962 13 000 205 160 614 536 18 768 982 52 947 214 43 889 876 3 509 017 31 225 043 893 304 098.
Number of Claims Rptd 36 342 217 355 975 14 606 32 231 4 493 133 298 6 015 5 700 19 314 608 191. Number of Claims Determined, to be a Total Loss 1 248 2 637 925 479 1 119 50 140 18 476 172 3 760 76 958. Total Claim Payments, Made to Date 2 293 307 182 4 189 227 5 191 932 547 92 127 351 4 225 066 750 96 054 970 780 356 456 3 557 365 412 253 241 035 784 112 328 17 277 753 258. Mississippi, Number of Claims Rptd 57 118 956 222 683 35 126 19 628 2 650 67 061 7 234 335 9 758 422 549. Number of Claims Determined, to be a Total Loss 1 173 1 722 1 183 125 663 19 820 3 275 30 2 435 29 427. Total Claim Payments, Made to Date 1 717 785 300 13 711 080 2 662 072 993 202 273 188 1 736 503 392 44 192 964 330 967 654 768 209 061 67 380 572 181 122 613 7 724 218 817.
Number of Claims Rptd 211 833 4 333 17 175 11 30 1 614. Number of Claims Determined,to be a Total Loss 7 8 10 3 28. Total Claim Payments, Made to Date 2 464 271 4 619 027 2 266 81 835 589 152 979 1 020 535 1 096 408 723 565 91 914 640. Total Claims Payments to Date 4 359 108 397 32 498 670 8 496 951 992 334 897 330 6 408 139 429 161 605 107 1 195 698 594 4 422 934 394 386 433 880 1 028 805 762 26 831 262 782. Katrina Claims Payment Allocation millions Katrina LOB of Payments Reported Katrina LOB of Claims Reported. Fire Allied Lines,Fire Allied Lines,2 656 1 472 6 0. 15 8 Homeowners 9 9,1 5 Homeowners,ALE Bus Interupt and. 3 816 Casualty Exposure Paid 16 6 18 2,Mobile Homeowners Mobile Homeowners.
Contents Paid,Commercial Multi Peril Commercial M P. Private Passenger 4 9 Priv Passenger,Structure Paid. Auto Physical Dmge Auto Physical Dmge,Flood Flood,24 0 Other Lines 56 6 Other Lines. 16 554 1 3, Source DSSPROD Copyright 1990 2007 Data Retrieval Date 02 27 2007 Page 2 of 6. National Association of Insurance Commissioners,IDRS Insurance Disaster Reporting System.
Phase III Aggregate General Claims Data Katrina,As of December 31 2006. of Closed Claims, Where No Additional of Claim Open for of Claim Open for. Total Claims Total of Adjusted Payments are of Claim Open for More than 30 Days More than 60 Days of Claim Open for. Reported To Date Claims Anticipated Less than 30 Days and Less than 60 Days and Less than 90 Days More than 90 Days. Alabama 100 125 96 123 75 682 1 115 497 345 954,Florida 115 626 115 622 106 592 496 170 133 7 203. Louisiana 621 780 621 848 554 963 2 031 987 1 098 27 551. Mississippi 345 444 345 496 333 688 1 179 440 533 8 837. Texas 8 347 7 854 7 371 79 44 46 341, Katrina Total 1 191 322 1 186 943 1 078 296 4 900 2 138 2 155 44 886. Source DSSPROD Copyright 1990 2007 Data Retrieval Date 02 27 2007 Page 3 of 6. National Association of Insurance Commissioners,IDRS Insurance Disaster Reporting System.
Phase I Aggregate Data of The Collective States,As of December 31 2006. Claims Information Financial Projections, State Claims Claims Determined Total Claim Estimate of Expected Projected Net. Exposure Reported to be a Total Loss Payments Gross Loss Retention. AL 887 38 12 713 333,FL 4 861 146 24 099 227,LA 179 624 6 948 2 293 467 227. MS 5 337 61 58 373 422,TX 220 641 3 257 2 818 005 552. Total 411 350 10 450 5 206 658 760 9 097 236 521 4 876 792 388. Claims Payments by State,0 8 12 713 333 24 099 227.
2 293 467 227,2 818 005 552 Total Claim Payments,58 373 422. Note For Aggregate data adjustments were made to Claims Information and Financial Projections due to erroneous data. duplications and or hard copy company submissions, Source DSSPROD Copyright 1990 2007 Data Retrieval Date 02 27 2007 Page 4 of 6. National Association of Insurance Commissioners,IDRS Insurance Disaster Reporting System. Phase II Aggregate Line of Business Reporting for Hurricane Rita. As of December 31 2006,Commercial Passenger,Fire Auto Auto. Allied Farm Home Mobile Commercial Physicial Physical Ocean Other. Lines owners owners Homeowners Multi Peril Damage Damage Flood Marine Lines Total. Number of Claims Rptd 68 11 391 178 51 24 60 41 67 31 922. Number of Claims Determined,to be a Total Loss 1 1 10 62 74.
Total Claim Payments, Made to Date 397 301 59 955 944 258 462 989 6 164 884 417 508 120 972 122 618 24 726 295 5 859 412 39 276 192. Number of Claims Rptd 938 1 955 63 205 133 1 079 337 19 107 3 837. Number of Claims Determined,to be a Total Loss 4 3 2 19 166 7 3 204. Total Claim Payments, Made to Date 10 138 493 3 487 882 270 509 3 048 459 94 127 1 447 822 4 383 687 55 522 1 140 638 24 067 139. Number of Claims Rptd 12 489 771 99 708 21 443 9 011 538 17 532 2 921 506 2 904 167 823. Number of Claims Determined, to be a Total Loss 107 486 789 37 57 2 624 721 7 537 5 365. Total Claim Payments, Made to Date 183 602 625 12 303 156 1 189 141 377 133 820 415 412 343 185 4 088 071 56 585 160 96 242 320 10 008 282 83 188 058 2 181 322 649.
Mississippi, Number of Claims Rptd 621 33 2 528 880 394 34 363 30 5 92 4 980. Number of Claims Determined,to be a Total Loss 7 16 6 30 2 1 5 67. Total Claim Payments, Made to Date 2 033 843 313 049 7 789 845 2 019 043 11 512 597 192 977 832 797 480 179 197 093 774 782 26 146 205. Number of Claims Rptd 36 249 1 160 118 376 20 718 9 460 506 15 298 1 350 174 2 902 206 193. Number of Claims Determined, to be a Total Loss 292 4 87 597 88 32 1 412 54 15 122 2 703. Total Claim Payments, Made to Date 521 486 709 12 301 613 1 343 296 491 116 039 588 626 930 641 3 916 387 38 074 100 21 979 119 3 829 568 72 950 674 2 760 804 890.
Total Claims Payments to Date 717 658 971 24 977 773 2 544 659 853 252 612 544 1 059 999 766 8 709 070 97 060 851 123 207 923 38 816 760 163 913 564 5 031 617 075. Rita Claims Payment Allocation millions Rita LOB of Payments Reported Rita LOB of Claims Reported. 490 4 6 1 2 2 7,2 6 14 2 Fire Allied Lines 13 1,634 9 0 Fire Allied Lines. ALE Bus Interupt and,Casualty Exposure Paid Homeowners Homeowners. Contents Paid Mobile Homeowners Mobile Homeowners,Commercial Multi Peril 11 1 Commercial M P. Structure Paid,Priv Passenger Priv Passenger,Auto Physical Dmge Auto Physical Dmge. Other Flood Flood,Other Lines Other Lines, Source DSSPROD Copyright 1990 2007 Data Retrieval Date 02 27 2007 Page 5 of 6.
National Association of Insurance Commissioners,IDRS Insurance Disaster Reporting System. Phase III Aggregate General Claims Data Rita,As of December 31 2006. of Closed Claims, Where No Additional of Claim Open for of Claim Open for. Total Claims Total of Adjusted Payments are of Claim Open for More than 30 Days More than 60 Days of Claim Open for. Reported To Date Claims Anticipated Less than 30 Days and Less than 60 Days and Less than 90 Days More than 90 Days. Alabama 761 625 686 12 18,Florida 3 045 2 804 2 627 15 7 4 365. Louisiana 139 603 127 040 133 537 335 155 238 2 918. Mississippi 3 380 3 032 3 271 4 3 3 51,Texas 208 405 200 000 200 112 1 586 460 213 3 440.
Rita Total 355 194 333 501 340 233 1 952 625 458 6 792. Source DSSPROD Copyright 1990 2007 Data Retrieval Date 02 27 2007 Page 6 of 6. Appendix Implementing,Informational Memoranda,appendix Page 1 of 26. MEMORANDUM,Date September 21 2005,Subject HURRICANE KATRINA REPORTING REQUIREMENTS. appendix Page 2 of 26,MEMORANDUM,Date September 21 2005. TO TO ALL PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INSURERS WRITING BUSINESS IN ANY OF THE. STATES OF ALABAMA FLORIDA LOUISIANA AND MISSISSIPPI. From Walter A Bell Commissioner Alabama Department of Insurance. Kevin M McCarty Commissioner Florida Office of Insurance Regulation. J Robert Wooley Commissioner Louisiana Department of Insurance. George Dale Commissioner Mississippi Insurance Department. SUBJECT HURRICANE KATRINA REPORTING REQUIREMENTS, NOTE This informational Memorandum supercedes the Hurricane Katrina data call issued by the. Alabama and Louisiana Departments of Insurance, Due to the recent catastrophic impact of Hurricane Katrina on the Gulf Coast Alabama Florida.
Louisiana and Mississippi the Collective States are participating in a coordinated data gathering. effort with a common Disaster Reporting System This effort is necessary to provide much needed. information to state insurance regulators as well as information for local state and federal officials. responsible for making policy decisions for the relief and rebuilding effort over the next several. months and years, All property and casualty insurers transacting direct business in the Collective States including. surplus lines carriers are required to submit to the Disaster Reporting System certain information. for claims resulting from Hurricane Katrina and the financial impact of Hurricane Katrina on a state. by state basis for each of the Collective States The information will be collected in three phases. PHASE I Claims Financial Projections and General Information Biweekly basis. PHASE II Line of Business Reporting Monthly basis, PHASE III General Claims Adjudication Data Monthly basis. Information regarding Hurricane Katrina should be submitted to the secured Disaster Reporting. System at the following website https www insurance disaster reporting org Additionally the. Collective States Departments of Insurance have outlined below the initial Reporting Guidelines. and Reporting Criteria for each phase,REPORTING GUIDELINES. PHASE I Claims Financial Projections and General Information. Each insurer shall provide the required information beginning at 8 00 AM CT on Monday. September 26 2005 for the most recent information available Each insurer s initial. appendix Page 3 of 26, submission shall be completed not later than 5 00 PM CT on Wednesday September 28. 2005 The required information under PHASE 1 shall continue to be provided on a biweekly. basis not later than 5 00 PM CT each Wednesday until the insurer receives notice from the. Collective States regarding changes to the Reporting Guidelines The information for. Hurricane Katrina can be submitted on a company or group basis however the basis must be. consistently applied throughout future reporting periods Please have the NAIC company co. code group code available for the company group as well as the NAIC Internet Filing ID. when accessing the system, If a company has no exposure in each of the Collective States under the PHASE I report type.
select The Company has no exposure in State Continue through the end of the. Reporting Guidelines process Once this task has been performed the company will not need. to report again for Hurricane Katrina for any phase unless the company gains direct. exposure in one of the Collective States, If the company has exposure in each of the Collective States but has not yet received claims. as a result of Hurricane Katrina under the PHASE I report type select The Company has. exposure in State but has not yet received any claims as a result of Hurricane Katrina. Continue through the end of the Reporting Guidelines process Once this task has been. performed the company will not need to report again for Hurricane Katrina until the. company receives one 1 or more claims during the required reporting timeframe in one of. the Collective States,PHASE II Line of Business Reporting. The required information shall be submitted on a monthly basis not later than 5 00 PM CT. on the fifth 5th business day of the each month for the immediately preceding month Each. insurer shall provide the required information beginning at 8 00 AM CT on Tuesday

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