Some policyholders are reporting insurance premium increases of almost 50% after a long summer of bushfires, storms, and floods; but the Insurance Council and analysts are playing down the prospect of widespread large premium increases.
Six catastrophic events have been declared in Australia over the past five months, including the unprecedented bushfire crisis that started in September, with insurance claims expected to total more than $2.5 billion.
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