Irma insurance claims top $5 billion

Nearly 17 percent of claims closed without payment

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In this image, NOAA's GOES satellite shows Hurricane Irma as it makes its way across the Atlantic Ocean into the Caribbean -- a Category 5 storm with winds as high as 180 mph -- at about 3:15 p.m. Wednesday (NASA/NOAA GOES Project via Getty Images).

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Potential insured losses from Hurricane Irma in Florida have crossed the $5 billion mark.

As of Friday, 772,934 claims had been filed, worth an estimated $5.3 billion, according to the Office of Insurance Regulation.

The numbers are up from 747,534 claims and $4.94 billion in potential losses a week earlier. The state office updates the numbers once a week. The figures continue to be driven by claims in Miami-Dade, Orange, Broward, Lee, Collier, Polk, Brevard, Duval, Palm Beach and Monroe counties.

Homeowners accounted for 66 percent of the claims. Just over 24 percent of the claims had been settled with payments. Nearly 17 percent of the claims had been closed without payment.

Hover over the counties below to see how many claims have been filed in Northeast Florida and how many claims have been closed. 

News Service of Florida