The insurer has already counted 70 bedbug claims through September 2016, heading for a total that could surpass the previous year's, said Larry Crotser, the chief claims officer for the insurer's Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty unit. The findings were included in a global report by the Allianz unit , which analyzed more than 100,000 corporate liability claims from roughly 100 countries paid by Allianz and other insurers between 2011 and 2016, totaling $9.3 billion. The claims involved everything from aviation to cyber security. The analysis included nearly 1,880 U.S. animal-related business liability claims, representing about 2% of all commercial claims in the study. Animal claims increased 28% between 2011 and 2015, from 287 to 365, according to Allianz. The average animal-related liability claim is about $10,400, with all animal claims totaling nearly $20 million. Bedbugs accounted for 21% of U.S. business liability claims. Some claims, however, were peculiar, such as a hotel guest whose room was invaded by a flying squirrel and another whose hearing aid and slippers were destroyed by a rodent.
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(John Lammers | email@example.com) The Todd and Jen Hutton Sports and Recreation Center collapsed insurance claims March 14 during Winter Storm Stella, and it is expected to be out of commission through the summer. The full extent of the damage is still being investigated by school and insurance officials. Utica College President Laura Casamento confirmed the recreation center is insured and they are currently working to file a claim that will cover the damages. . @UticaCollege Dome down but not out, school hopes https://t.co/vDua1zluii -- Observer-Dispatch (@uticaOD) April 7, 2017 "Although a completed financial analysis will not be known until the claims process is complete, our financial affairs team is working in tandem with the adjusters, the insurance carrier and our external auditors to ensure the most favorable outcome to the college," Casamento said in an email. Utica College officials are working toward having the center back up and running by the start of the fall semester. "We are fully committed to bringing the facility back online, and we are doing everything in our power to do so in as short a time as possible," Casamento said. "My hope is that we will reopen the facility in time for the fall semester, and we are working toward that goal." Casamento will form a committee, tasked with overseeing the reconstruction efforts. For Utica College athletes, the loss of this sports complex means they have been forced to find alternative locations for training. "All of our student-athletes can use the dome," Utica College Athletic Director Dave Fontaine said. "It's an attraction, and that's where our athletes train, especially track and field." The UC track and field team had become extremely comfortable in the dome.
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