Nevadans held 572,000 ordinary life insurance policies in 2001 with a total value of $58.4 billion; total value for all categories of life insurance (ordinary, group, industrial, and credit) was $101.6 billion. Death benefits paid that year totaled $236.6 million. As of 2000, there were six property and casualty and three life and health insurance companies incorporated or organized in the state. Property and liability insurers wrote over $2.69 billion in premiums. That year, there were 12,988 flood insurance policies in force in the state, with a total value of $2.1 billion.