A couple of years ago, I blogged about 9/11 in this post:
In that very brief article, I linked to two other articles related to the insurance implications of terrorist attacks that I had written when I was at the Big “I”. Since that time, those articles were removed from access, so very soon I will replace them here.
Given recent international events, in the coming months and years, we may become as susceptible to terrorist attacks as we were 20 years ago, so perhaps it’s time to revisit those insurance issues.
In the meantime, let us all remember the losses that occurred 20 years ago and are still being borne by the survivors, as well as the losses that have occurred and continue to occur to those first responders.
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