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COMMISSIONER'S BULLETIN # 1996 Catastrophic Bulletins

January 03, 1996


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Catastrophe Bulletin Number 8 - 96

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To: Companies in the Top Reporting Group for Private Passenger Automobile Statistical Reporting and All Companies Writing Direct Commercial Automobile Business in the State of Texas

Attn: Statistical and Claims Reporting Personnel

Date: June 5, 1996

** IMPORTANT NOTICE **
Please read carefully and distribute to appropriate personnel handling statistical reporting.

As specified in the Texas Private Passenger Automobile (Page E-12) and Commercial Lines (Page D-35) Statistical Plans, the Department of Insurance shall notify all members of the Top Reporting Group for Private Passenger Automobile and all companies writing direct commercial auto business in the state of Texas whenever there is a catastrophe occurrence in Texas.

The Top Reporting Group for Private Passenger Automobile is listed on Page A2 of the private passenger automobile statistical plan and includes the following groups:

  • State Farm
  • Allstate
  • Farmers
  • Aetna
  • Texas Farm Bureau
  • GEICO
  • USAA
  • Trinity Universal
  • Progressive

Catastrophe reporting for commercial automobile applies to all insurers writing direct commercial automobile business in the state of Texas.

On June1-2, 1996, strong winds and hail occurred in parts of Texas which caused severe structural damage.

For the purposes of reporting data under the Quarterly Detailed Experience Report of the Texas Private Passenger Auto Statistical Plan and the Commercial Auto Module of the Texas Commercial Lines Statistical Plan, all claims incurred resulting from this weather (regardless of county) shall be coded with the three digit catastrophe code as indicated below:

TDI Catastrophe Code ISO Catastrophe Code Counties
(including, but not limited to...)
Date(s)
780 8 Andrews, Armstrong, Bandera, Bexar, Carson, Crockett, Dallas, Donley, Gaines, Harris, Hutchinson, Kaufman, Kerr, Moore, Parker, Rockwall, Tarrant, Ward, Winkler June 1-2

Questions on catastrophe reporting should be directed to Deanna Williamson at (512) 305-8125.

Catastrophe Bulletin Number 7 - 96

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To: Companies in the Top Reporting Group for Private Passenger Automobile Statistical Reporting and All Companies Writing Direct Commercial Automobile Business in the State of Texas

Attn: Statistical and Claims Reporting Personnel

Date: May 30, 1996

** IMPORTANT NOTICE **
Please read carefully and distribute to appropriate personnel handling statistical reporting.

As specified in the Texas Private Passenger Automobile (Page E-12) and Commercial Lines (Page D-35) Statistical Plans, the Department of Insurance shall notify all members of the Top Reporting Group for Private Passenger Automobile and all companies writing direct commercial auto business in the state of Texas whenever there is a catastrophe occurrence in Texas.

The Top Reporting Group for Private Passenger Automobile is listed on Page A2 of the private passenger automobile statistical plan and includes the following groups:

  • State Farm
  • Allstate
  • Farmers
  • Aetna
  • Texas Farm Bureau
  • GEICO
  • USAA
  • Trinity Universal
  • Progressive

Catastrophe reporting for commercial automobile applies to all insurers writing direct commercial automobile business in the state of Texas.

On May 24-28, 1996, strong winds, hail, tornadoes and flooding occurred in parts of Texas which caused severe structural damage.

For the purposes of reporting data under the Quarterly Detailed Experience Report of the Texas Private Passenger Auto Statistical Plan and the Commercial Auto Module of the Texas Commercial Lines Statistical Plan, all claims incurred resulting from this weather (regardless of county) shall be coded with the three digit catastrophe code as indicated below:

Catastrophe
Code
ISO Code Counties
(including, but not limited to...)
Date(s)
770 7 Bandera, Brown, Carson, Coleman
Gray, Hutchinson, Randall, Webb
May 24-28

Questions on catastrophe reporting should be directed to Deanna Williamson at (512) 305-8125.

Catastrophe Bulletin Number 6 - 96

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To: Companies in the Top Reporting Group for Private Passenger Automobile Statistical Reporting and All Companies Writing Direct Commercial Automobile Business in the State of Texas

Attn: Statistical and Claims Reporting Personnel

Date: May 24, 1996

** IMPORTANT NOTICE **
Please read carefully and distribute to appropriate personnel handling statistical reporting.

As specified in the Texas Private Passenger Automobile (Page E-12) and Commercial Lines (Page D-35) Statistical Plans, the Department of Insurance shall notify all members of the Top Reporting Group for Private Passenger Automobile and all companies writing direct commercial auto business in the state of Texas whenever there is a catastrophe occurrence in Texas.

The Top Reporting Group for Private Passenger Automobile is listed on Page A2 of the private passenger automobile statistical plan and includes the following groups:

  • State Farm
  • Allstate
  • Farmers
  • Aetna
  • Texas Farm Bureau
  • GEICO
  • USAA
  • Trinity Universal
  • Progressive

Catastrophe reporting for commercial automobile applies to all insurers writing direct commercial automobile business in the state of Texas.

On May 22-23, 1996, strong winds, hail, and tornadoes occurred in parts of Texas which caused severe structural damage.

For the purposes of reporting data under the Quarterly Detailed Experience Report of the Texas Private Passenger Auto Statistical Plan and the Commercial Auto Module of the Texas Commercial Lines Statistical Plan, all claims incurred resulting from this weather (regardless of county) shall be coded with the three digit catastrophe code as indicated below:

Catastrophe
Code
ISO Code Counties
(including, but not limited to...)
Date(s)
760 6 Childress, Collingsworth, Foard
Hardeman, Wilbarger
May 22-23

Questions on catastrophe reporting should be directed to Deanna Williamson at (512) 305-8125.

Catastrophe Bulletin Number 5 - 96

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To: Companies in the Top Reporting Group for Private Passenger Automobile Statistical Reporting and All Companies Writing Direct Commercial Automobile Business in the State of Texas

Attn: Statistical and Claims Reporting Personnel

Date: May 15, 1996

** IMPORTANT NOTICE **
Please read carefully and distribute to appropriate personnel handling statistical reporting.

As specified in the Texas Private Passenger Automobile (Page E-12) and Commercial Lines (Page D-35) Statistical Plans, the Department of Insurance shall notify all members of the Top Reporting Group for Private Passenger Automobile and all companies writing direct commercial auto business in the state of Texas whenever there is a catastrophe occurrence in Texas.

The Top Reporting Group for Private Passenger Automobile is listed on Page A2 of the private passenger automobile statistical plan and includes the following groups:

  • State Farm
  • Allstate
  • Farmers
  • Aetna
  • Texas Farm Bureau
  • GEICO
  • USAA
  • Trinity Universal
  • Progressive

Catastrophe reporting for commercial automobile applies to all insurers writing direct commercial automobile business in the state of Texas.

On May 10-11, 1996, strong winds, hail, tornadoes and flooding occurred in parts of Texas which caused severe structural damage.

For the purposes of reporting data under the Quarterly Detailed Experience Report of the Texas Private Passenger Auto Statistical Plan and the Commercial Auto Module of the Texas Commercial Lines Statistical Plan, all claims incurred resulting from this weather (regardless of county) shall be coded with the three digit catastrophe code as indicated below:

Catastrophe
Code
Counties
(including, but not limited to...)
Date(s)
730 Howard, Midland, Nueces May 10-11

Questions on catastrophe reporting should be directed to Deanna Williamson at (512) 305-8125.

Catastrophe Bulletin Number 4 - 96

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To: Companies in the Top Reporting Group for Private Passenger Automobile Statistical Reporting and All Companies Writing Direct Commercial Automobile Business in the State of Texas

Attn: Statistical and Claims Reporting Personnel

Date: April 23, 1996

** IMPORTANT NOTICE **
Please read carefully and distribute to appropriate personnel handling statistical reporting.

As specified in the Texas Private Passenger Automobile (Page E-12) and Commercial Lines (Page D-35) Statistical Plans, the Department of Insurance shall notify all members of the Top Reporting Group for Private Passenger Automobile and all companies writing direct commercial auto business in the state of Texas whenever there is a catastrophe occurrence in Texas.

The Top Reporting Group for Private Passenger Automobile is listed on Page A2 of the private passenger automobile statistical plan and includes the following groups:

  • State Farm
  • Allstate
  • Farmers
  • Aetna
  • Texas Farm Bureau
  • GEICO
  • USAA
  • Trinity Universal
  • Progressive

Catastrophe reporting for commercial automobile applies to all insurers writing direct commercial automobile business in the state of Texas.

On April 19-22, 1996, strong winds, hail, tornadoes and flooding occurred in parts of Texas which caused severe structural damage.

For the purposes of reporting data under the Quarterly Detailed Experience Report of the Texas Private Passenger Auto Statistical Plan and the Commercial Auto Module of the Texas Commercial Lines Statistical Plan, all claims incurred resulting from this weather (regardless of county) shall be coded with the three digit catastrophe code as indicated below:

Catastrophe
Code
Counties
(including, but not limited to...)
Date(s)
700 Archer, Baylor, Brazos, Cooke
Grayson, Grimes, Harris, Jones
Liberty, Montague, Reagan
Shakleford, Taylor, Upton, Walker
Wichita, Young
April 19-22, 1996

Questions on catastrophe reporting should be directed to Deanna Williamson at (512) 305-8125.

Catastrophe Bulletin Number 3 - 96

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To: Companies in the Top Reporting Group for Private Passenger Automobile Statistical Reporting and All Companies Writing Direct Commercial Automobile Business in the State of Texas

Attn: Statistical and Claims Reporting Personnel

Date: March 26, 1996

** IMPORTANT NOTICE **
Please read carefully and distribute to appropriate personnel handling statistical reporting.

As specified in the Texas Private Passenger Automobile (Page E-12) and Commercial Lines (Page D-35) Statistical Plans, the Department of Insurance shall notify all members of the Top Reporting Group for Private Passenger Automobile and all companies writing direct commercial auto business in the state of Texas whenever there is a catastrophe occurrence in Texas.

The Top Reporting Group for Private Passenger Automobile is listed on Page A2 of the private passenger automobile statistical plan and includes the following groups:

  • State Farm
  • Allstate
  • Farmers
  • Aetna
  • Texas Farm Bureau
  • GEICO
  • USAA
  • Trinity Universal
  • Progressive

Catastrophe reporting for commercial automobile applies to all insurers writing direct commercial automobile business in the state of Texas.

On March 24, 1996, strong winds, hail and tornadoes occurred in parts of Texas which caused severe structural damage.

For the purposes of reporting data under the Quarterly Detailed Experience Report of the Texas Private Passenger Auto Statistical Plan and the Commercial Auto Module of the Texas Commercial Lines Statistical Plan, all claims incurred resulting from this weather (regardless of county) shall be coded with the three digit catastrophe code as indicated below:

Catastrophe
Code
Counties
(including, but not limited to...)
Date(s)
680 Bosque, Cherokee, Cooke, Coryell
Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Grayson
Gregg, Hamilton, Hill, Hunt, Jack
Lamar, McClennan, Montague
Navarro, Parker, Red River
Rockwall, Rusk, Tarrant, Uvalde Wise, Zavala
March 24, 1996

Questions on catastrophe reporting should be directed to Deanna Williamson at (512) 305-8125.

Catastrophe Bulletin Number 2 - 96

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To: Companies in the Top Reporting Group for Private Passenger Automobile Statistical Reporting and All Companies Writing Direct Commercial Automobile Business in the State of Texas

Attn: Statistical and Claims Reporting Personnel

Date: February 7, 1996.

** IMPORTANT NOTICE **
Please read carefully and distribute to appropriate personnel handling statistical reporting.

As specified in the Texas Private Passenger Automobile (Page E-12) and Commercial Lines (Page D-35) Statistical Plans, the Department of Insurance shall notify all members of the Top Reporting Group for Private Passenger Automobile and all companies writing direct commercial auto business in the state of Texas whenever there is a catastrophe occurrence in Texas.

The Top Reporting Group for Private Passenger Automobile is listed on Page A2 of the private passenger automobile statistical plan and includes the following groups:

  • State Farm
  • Allstate
  • Farmers
  • Aetna
  • Texas Farm Bureau
  • GEICO
  • USAA
  • Trinity Universal
  • Progressive

Catastrophe reporting for commercial automobile applies to all insurers writing direct commercial automobile business in the state of Texas.

On January 31 through February 6, 1996, strong winds, snow, ice, tornadoes and freezing occurred in parts of Texas which caused severe structural damage.

For the purposes of reporting data under the Quarterly Detailed Experience Report of the Texas Private Passenger Auto Statistical Plan and the Commercial Auto Module of the Texas Commercial Lines Statistical Plan, all claims incurred resulting from this weather (regardless of county) shall be coded with the three digit catastrophe code as indicated below:

Catastrophe
Code
Counties
(including, but not limited to...)
Date(s)
630 All Counties January 31-February 6, 1996

Questions on catastrophe reporting should be directed to Deanna Williamson at (512) 305-8125.

Catastrophe Bulletin Number 1 - 96

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To: Companies in the Top Reporting Group for Private Passenger Automobile Statistical Reporting and All Companies Writing Direct Commercial Automobile Business in the State of Texas

Attn: Statistical and Claims Reporting Personnel

Date: January 23, 1996

** IMPORTANT NOTICE **
Please read carefully and distribute to appropriate personnel handling statistical reporting.

As specified in the Texas Private Passenger Automobile (Page E-12) and Commercial Lines (Page D-35) Statistical Plans, the Department of Insurance shall notify all members of the Top Reporting Group for Private Passenger Automobile and all companies writing direct commercial auto business in the state of Texas whenever there is a catastrophe occurrence in Texas.

The Top Reporting Group for Private Passenger Automobile is listed on Page A2 of the private passenger automobile statistical plan and includes the following groups:

  • State Farm
  • Allstate
  • Farmers
  • Aetna
  • Texas Farm Bureau
  • GEICO
  • USAA
  • Trinity Universal
  • Progressive

Catastrophe reporting for commercial automobile applies to all insurers writing direct commercial automobile business in the state of Texas.

On January 17-19, 1996, strong winds, hail, snow, flooding and tornadoes occurred in parts of Texas which caused severe structural damage.

For the purposes of reporting data under the Quarterly Detailed Experience Report of the Texas Private Passenger Auto Statistical Plan and the Commercial Auto Module of the Texas Commercial Lines Statistical Plan, all claims incurred resulting from this weather (regardless of county) shall be coded with the three digit catastrophe code as indicated below:

Catastrophe
Code
Counties
(including, but not limited to...)
Date(s)
610 Camp, El Paso, Liberty, Milam
McLennon, Tarrant, Titus
January 17-19, 1996



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