Statistics on insurers handling Sandy flood claims

By The Associated Press | February 14, 2013 | 6:30 PM EST

The 15 insurers participating in the National Flood Insurance Program that are handling at least 1,000 claims related to Sandy, the progress they have made in closing claims, and the money they have paid out to date:

CompanyClaimsPercent ClosedTotal Amount Paid to DatePayout per claim
USAA General Indemnity Co.3,26183$147,450,639.89$50,845.05
Allstate Insurance Co.16,30994$718,237,686.22$45,973.10
Travelers Group, DBA: The Standard Fire Insurance Co.18,21558$601,886,870.85$35,720.29
Fidelity National Property & Casualty Insurance Co.7,96560$264,531,680.11$35,369.93
Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Co.3,09264$100,653,977.15$34,435.16
Nationwide Mutual Fire Insurance Co.4,54375$131,572,802.18$32,479.09
NFIP Direct Servicing Agent15,75154$478,784,987.19$31,470.03
Pilgrim Insurance Co.1,50074$43,672,489.59$31,150.14
New Jersey Re-Insurance Co.4,68356$137,758,504.41$31,138.90
American Bankers Insurance Co. of Florida9,49342$253,410,482.37$28,773.76
Harleysville Mutual Insurance Co.6,24774$151,153,089.11$28,316.43
Fidelity National Indemnity Insurance Co.11,59764$285,869,767.86$26,912.99
Middlesex Mutual Assurance Co.1,23373$26,561,835.18$23,865.08
Selective Insurance Co. of America18,59939$415,170,606.34$23,682.08
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.10,69356$229,838,664.05$23,587.71

Payout per claim column refers to the total amount distributed to date, including partial payments, divided by the number of non-dismissed claims.

Source: Federal Emergency Management Agency