SQL Server alerts 19-25 - importance

I have read from a few 'best practices' guides that every SQL Server administrator/DBA should configure their production instances to alert on any events with "severity levels 19 through 25". However, I am trying to grasp exactly what those events relate to, and translate that into something meaningful to senior management as to 'if you dont get alerts on these events - this could be the consequences... for those who do use SQL alerting, do you capture these events, and to be blunt "why"?
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Aneesh RetnakaranDatabase AdministratorCommented:
19-25 are fatal errors that could impact the database and servers. So you should create alert for them. Also create an alert for 823-825

for more info check the below posts

https://sqlperformance.com/2015/04/sql-performance/dealing-with-high-severity-errors-in-sql-server
http://www.sqlservercentral.com/blogs/vinaythakur/2011/11/29/day-29-fatal-errors-823-824-825-832-os-error-23/

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