Allstate Announces May 2021 Catastrophe Losses
NORTHBROOK, Ill., June 17, 2021 – The Allstate Corporation (NYSE: ALL) today announced estimated catastrophe losses for the month of May of $213 million pre-tax, or $168 million, after-tax. Catastrophe losses for April and May totaled $598 million, after-tax.
Catastrophe losses in May comprised seven events at an estimated cost of $193 million plus unfavorable prior period reserve estimates. Two large hail events, primarily impacting Texas, accounted for approximately 60% of May estimated catastrophe losses.
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