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So far, 335,000 Irma claims totalling $1.95 billion filed in Florida

This shows a damaged mobile home inside Clover Leaf Farms RV Park in Brooksville. So far, insurers have received a total of 335,347 claims statewide for insured damage totalling $1.95 billion caused by Hurricane Irma.
[MEGAN REEVES   |   Times]
This shows a damaged mobile home inside Clover Leaf Farms RV Park in Brooksville. So far, insurers have received a total of 335,347 claims statewide for insured damage totalling $1.95 billion caused by Hurricane Irma. [MEGAN REEVES | Times]
Published Sep. 19, 2017

Times Staff Writer

As of Sunday afternoon, insurers had received a total of 335,347 claims statewide for insured damage totalling $1.95 billion caused by Hurricane Irma, the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation reported Monday based on preliminary figures.

The vast majority of claims — 294,521—were on residential property, with 6,687 already paid and 4,524 closed without payment.

Pinellas and Hillsborough counties each accounted for between 5,000 and 10,000 total claims while Pasco had between 2,500 and 5,000 and Hernando fewer than 2,500. Among the counties with more than 10,000 total claims are, Polk, Orange, Lee, Collier, Miami-Dade, Broward and Duval, where record flooding hit Jacksonville.

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