Hurricane Dorian may be officially over, but for those in the Southeastern United States and the Bahamas, the rebuild is just getting started. According to the experts, the damage Dorian left in its wake was massive – and costly. Insurers estimate it will cost them as much as $25 billion.

Settling the tens of thousands of claims and paying out those funds to all the consumers and businesses who need them will present a series of operational challenges over the next several weeks and even months, Ingo Money EVP and CPO Lisa McFarland told PYMNTS in a recent conversation.

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