TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA) — With nearly 130,000 claims filed, estimated insured losses from Hurricane Michael have topped $4 billion, according to numbers posted on the state Office of Insurance Regulation website.READ MORE: FIU Ranked First Among Florida Public Universities
As of Friday, 129,876 claims had been filed from the October storm, with estimated insured losses of $4.01 billion.READ MORE: Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava In DC To Discuss Gun Violence With President Biden
Most of the claims filed, 86,936, involved residential properties. Bay County had the most claims, with 78,185. It was followed by Jackson County, with 12,996; Leon County, with 8,970; Gulf County, with 7,439; Gadsden County, with 5,472; and Calhoun County, with 3,830, according to the state numbers.
The Category 4 Hurricane Michael made landfall Oct. 10 in Mexico Beach in southeastern Bay County and caused massive damage in Panama City and areas such as Blountstown and Marianna as it barreled north into Georgia.MORE NEWS: Missing Child Alert Issued For Pembroke Pines Teen Sanura Domond
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