The data describes the most costly hurricanes to the insurance industry worldwide from 2011 to 2017. Apart from the costs to the insurance industry, total losses have also been included for reference. Hurricane Harvey, which struck the U.S. from August 25th to September 1st 2017, caused insured losses amounting to 30 billion USD and total losses reaching 95 billion USD.
|Hurricane Harvey (Aug-Sep 2017)||30||95|
|Hurricane Maria (Sep 2017)||29.9||68.6|
|Hurricane Sandy (Oct 2012)||29.2||68.4|
|Hurricane Irma (Sep 2017)||29.2||57.2|
|Hurricane Matthew (Sep-Oct 2016)||3.9||11.5|