2020 hurricane season cost insurers at least $10.6B in Louisiana claims

A hurricane as viewed from outer space. (File photo)

Insurance companies are on track to pay at least $10.6 billion to cover Louisiana claims for damage caused by Hurricanes Laura, Delta and Zeta, according to Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon.

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