Now that Hurricanes Irma and Harvey are in the history books alongside Katrina, Andrew and other infamous U.S. storms, industry observers expect they’ll influence to some degree benefits selection during the upcoming enrollment season.

They could “spur some additional due diligence on the part of customers to figure out whether or not they’re getting a decent deal” on home and auto coverage lines offered in the workplace, says Michael Schneider, president of Cravens/Warren & Company in Houston, Texas.

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