Marsh issued a call to Congress today to reauthorize the Terrorism Risk Insurance Program Reauthorization Act (TRIPRA). Otherwise, fewer insurers may offer terrorism insurance and prices potentially could increase, the company said.

The comments came out of the firm’s 2013 Terrorism Risk Insurance Report, which cited the recent bombing at the Boston Marathon “as a stark reminder that mass violence, whether a result of terrorism or other acts, remains a critical threat for organizations.”

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