Hurricane Isaac expected to cost insurers more than two major typhoons that recently hit China.
Now 59 counselors at 17 credit unions after 18 months of joint NCUF, CUNA and league program.
Louisiana insurers say claims are rolling in, but not a flood.
Storm's flooding causes $75,000 to $100,000 in damage at headquarters of Moss Point, Miss., credit union.
Mississippi reports about a dozen damaged credit union branches but set to re-open while Louisiana league officials out assessing.
Catastrophe modeler AIR Worldwide says onshore insured losses from Hurricane Isaac could reach $2 billion.
Fitch Ratings says the insurance industry should be able to manage losses from Hurricane Isaac.
The storm’s 80 mph winds and unrelenting rain were pounding New Orleans and surrounding areas Wednesday morning, the seventh anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.
Insurer said ready to help claims processing as tropical storm verges on hurricane strength and steams toward New Orleans.
Storm following Katrina's path but not expected to be nearly as powerful.