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INSURANCE INDUSTRY TO ESTIMATE LOSSES FROM ANDREW

 INSURANCE INDUSTRY TO ESTIMATE LOSSES FROM ANDREW
 The insurance industry's preliminary estimate of insured losses


in Florida from Hurricane Andrew will be announced at a press briefing on Tuesday, Sept. 1, at 10 a.m., at the Sheraton River House at Miami International Airport (Calder Room). The address is 3900 NW 21st St. and the phone is 305-871-3800.
 Representatives of insurance organizations and company claims adjusters will be present to discuss the industry's response to the hurricane and the storm's impact on the industry's financial strength and insurance rates.
 CONTACT: Bill Davis or Tim Dove, 305-920-3300, or Jeanne Salvatore, 212-669-9241, all for the Insurance Information Institute.
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