The Allstate Corporation (NYSE: ALL) today announced estimated pre-tax catastrophe losses for the month of March of $252 million, $54 million after-tax and anticipated reinsurance recoveries.
Catastrophe losses in March comprised six events at an estimated cost of $208 million, plus increased prior period reserve estimates of $44 million. One large wind/hail event accounted for approximately 55% of March estimated catastrophe losses. The nationwide aggregate reinsurance cover will offset $184 million of losses.
Losses before reinsurance, subrogation recoveries and taxes for the first quarter 2021 totaled $1.67 billion, and were partially offset by $1.08 billion in anticipated reinsurance and subrogation recoveries. As a result, 2021 first quarter catastrophe losses are estimated to be $466 million, after-tax.
For additional details related to our catastrophe reinsurance program, please see our Reinsurance Update posted on the Quarterly Results page of www.allstateinvestors.com.
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