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By |noviembre 28th, 2016|

Successfully accomplished in Santiago de Chile, the Second Symposium of the Association of Official Liquidators of Insurance (ALOSI in Spanish) took place on November 23, 2016. This event, titled “The Chain of Value in the Insurance Contract” was organized in time with the celebration of the 50th anniversary of this Association, counting with the active [...]

Tropical Storm Otto Pulling Away From Central America After a Record Late Hurricane Landfall in Nicaragua

By |noviembre 25th, 2016|

Story Highlights: Otto made landfall Thursday afternoon in southern Nicaragua, and has now crossed into the eastern Pacific Ocean. Otto was the record latest-in-season hurricane landfall anywhere in the Atlantic Basin. Otto was also the strongest Atlantic hurricane on record this late in the season. Tropical Storm Otto is now in the eastern Pacific Ocean [...]

Otto forecast to become hurricane again: NHC

By |noviembre 24th, 2016|

Tropical storm Otto was forecast to become a hurricane again on Thursday before weakening over central America after landfall, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said on Wednesday. Otto, which had earlier weakened into a tropical storm after intensifying into a hurricane on Tuesday, was located about 220 miles (350 km) east-southeast of Bluefields Nicaragua [...]

Tropical Storm Otto is Now a Hurricane moving towards Central America

By |noviembre 23rd, 2016|

R&G Espinosa’s previous experience with Tropical Storms in the region have prompted us to place our CAT response team on standby. Our "CAT Team", is composed of 50 adjusters from our local offices and international partners, and are able to travel to the risk area to give priority assistance to you, our customers and clients. [...]

#Floods are a source of potential massive destruction.

By |noviembre 7th, 2016|

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Happy Day of the Dead

By |noviembre 2nd, 2016|

Day of the Dead (Spanish: Día de Muertos) is a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico, in particular the Central and South regions, and by people of Mexican ancestry living in other places, especially the United States. It is acknowledged internationally in many other cultures. The multi-day holiday focuses on gatherings of family and friends to [...]

Latest Update on Hurricane Matthew

By |octubre 7th, 2016|

Update on Hurricane Matthew. Even though the storm weakened overnight, it is still a category three hurricane with sustained winds of 120mph (193km/h) and is bearing down on the US east coast. Hurricane Matthew roiled along the central coast of Florida Friday but avoided making a direct hit. The storm caused the deaths of more [...]

Hurricane Matthew reaches the US

By |octubre 6th, 2016|

Hurricane Matthew now category 3 is about to hit the Atlantic coast of the US. The hurricane’s center is about 215 miles southeast of West Palm Beach, Fla., and it is moving northwest at 12 miles per hour over the Bahamas.The storm’s maximum sustained winds rose overnight to 125 m.p.h. from 115 m.p.h. It is [...]

Hurricane Matthew Leaves Cuba and Enters Bahamas

By |octubre 5th, 2016|

Hurricane Matthew, the strongest in the Atlantic in almost a decade just left Cuba behind. Continuing its course towards the Bahamas and into Florida. Matthew, now category 3, made landfall on the east of Cuba late evening on Tuesday right after hitting Dominican Republic, where four people died, and in Haiti were the reports mention [...]

Hurricane Matthew hits Haiti

By |octubre 4th, 2016|

"It's much too early to know how bad things are but we do know there are a lot of houses that have been destroyed or damaged in the south." Marie Alta Jean-Baptiste, director of Haiti’s Civil Protection Agency expressed. Hurricane Matthew made landfall at around 11:00 GMT in the southwest of Haiti. Its is one [...]