With earthquakes devastating Japan and New Zealand, thunder storms and tornadoes cutting a swath of destruction across the Southeast U.S. and the Mississippi River now jumping it banks, the global insurance has seen no shortage of natural catastrophes in 2011. 

A new report from A.M. Best examines the implications this litany of destruction is having on the operating results of U.S. property/casualty insurers and ponders what an active hurricane season would entail for the industry.

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