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Allstate Announces July 2018 Catastrophe Loss Estimate


The Allstate Corporation (NYSE:ALL) today announced estimated
catastrophe losses for the month of July 2018 of $262 million, pre-tax
($207 million after-tax). Catastrophe losses occurring in July comprised
15 events at an estimated cost of $220 million, pre-tax, plus
unfavorable reserve reestimates of prior reported catastrophe losses.
Two severe hail events, primarily impacting Colorado and several other
states, and the Carr fire in Northern California, accounted for
approximately 75% of July event catastrophe losses.

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