July 17, 2014
/PRNewswire/ -- The Allstate Corporation (NYSE: ALL) today announced estimated catastrophe losses for the month of June 2014 of
, pre-tax (
after-tax). Catastrophe losses occurring in June comprised twelve events at an estimated cost of
, pre-tax, plus increased reserve reestimates of prior reported catastrophe losses.
Allstate previously announced
, pre-tax (
after-tax), in estimated catastrophe losses for the months of April and
, which results in estimated catastrophe losses for second quarter 2014 of
, pre-tax (
after-tax). Non-catastrophe frequency and severity losses for second quarter 2014 were below first quarter 2014 which was impacted by severe winter weather losses.
The Allstate Corporation
(NYSE: ALL) is the nation's largest publicly held personal lines insurer, protecting approximately 16 million households from life's uncertainties through its
brand names and
business segment. Allstate is widely known through the slogan "You're In Good Hands With Allstate
." The Allstate brand's network of small businesses offers auto, home, life and retirement products and services to customers in
the United States
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Forward-Looking Statements and Risk Factors
This news release contains forward-looking statements about catastrophe losses. These statements are based on our estimates and assumptions that are subject to uncertainty. These statements are made subject to the safe-harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Management believes the estimated impact of catastrophe losses, including net loss reserves, are appropriately established and recorded based on available facts, information, laws and regulations. However, actual results may differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking statements in this news release and from the amounts currently recorded for a variety of reasons, including the following:
- Our policyholders' ability to report and our ability to adjust claims may have been impeded by the extent of the devastation and the number of areas affected.
- It is particularly difficult to assess the extent of damage in the initial stages of adjusting residential property losses.
- Our estimate for the ultimate costs of repairs may not prove to be correct because of increased demand for services and supplies in the areas affected by the catastrophes.
- The number of incurred but not reported (IBNR) claims may be greater or less than currently anticipated.
We assume no obligation to update any forward-looking statements as a result of new information or future events or developments.