Hurricane Irma is still rolling and leaving billions of dollars in home and business damage. It'll be up to the insurance industry to pay most of the tab.
Travelers, the third-biggest U.S. property and casualty insurer, is one of the first big industry players to report initial loss estimates in the wake of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
Even celebrity homes in Miami and South Beach may have suffered from Hurricane Irma's pummeling.
Hurricane Irma is barreling toward Florida with 185-mph winds, and with mayhem in mind. Consequently, prepping for hurricane-related money issues just makes sense.
TheStreet's Kevin Baker walks through Palm Beach Gardens to see how homeowners are bracing for Hurricane Irma.
Coastal states have adopted more stringent insurance laws, boosting the deductibles for homeowners.
Going through a hurricane is difficult enough, so paying for the damage adds on to the stress. This is why you should find out if you have hurricane insurance.
Six tips from a certified financial planner.
In the wake of storms like Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma it is the damage to infrastructure which creates the most danger and damage. Are we looking at $300 billion in damage in Miami?
The floodwaters of Harvey moved eastward to Port Arthur last Wednesday, dubbed the 'city by the sea' in an electronic welcome sign.