Florida's insured losses from Irma total nearly $2 billion to date

Sept 18 (Reuters) - Florida policyholders so far have filed nearly $2 billion in claims to insurers for damage from Hurricane Irma, the state's insurance regulator said on Monday.

The estimate of insured losses is based on preliminary statewide data that insurers filed with the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation as of 4 p.m. on Sunday for nearly 335,347 claims, the regulator said.

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NASA photos show islands before and after Hurricane Irma
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NASA photos show islands before and after Hurricane Irma

Virgin Islands on August 25, 2017

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Virgin Islands on September 10, 2017

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Virgin Gorda before and after Hurricane Irma

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Barbuda and Antigua on August 21, 2017

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Barbuda and Antigua on September 8, 2017

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(Reporting by Suzanne Barlyn; Editing by Lisa Von Ahn)

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