The Insurance Industry after 9/11: Planning for the Future

  • April 20, 2002
  • • Written by: Frank Caruso 

Spring 2002, Vol 27, No 1

Abstract: The attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, sent shock waves through society and the business community that will significantly impact the availability and cost of insurance for years to come – it is no longer business as usual. This author believes that an in-depth analysis of the consequences of these events and the resulting market will hopefully enable consumers to more accurately anticipate, plan, and budget for insurance costs in the future.