A Dallas woman with a history of filing 31 insurance claims against a dozen companies got burned when one turned out to be arson.
Texas Department of Insurance News
Reinsurance expert: Biggest challenge in Texas is legal fraud, says HB 1774 a ‘fantastic step in the right direction’
Everything is bigger in Texas, including the legal fraud that ensues after every hailstorm or hurricane it seems.
A Deer Park health care worker has been sentenced for falsifying workers’ compensation claims.
Attorneys named by Kent Livesay deny being involved -- one says he's "full of crap."
Texas Watch op-ed over lack of Harvey payouts sparks rebuttals, expert calls piece the ‘same old rhetoric’
HOUSTON – In May, Texas Watch, a self-labeled consumer advocacy group, released an opinion piece arguing an “assault waged by insurance companies” in the state legislature has left many Hurricane Harvey victims still unable to resume their lives eight months later.
Albert Betts, executive director for the Insurance Council of Texas, says Texans are being harmed by misinformation and half-truths about their recovery.
MIDLAND - Wind gusts of up to 72 miles per hour and hail as large as grapefruit struck the Midland/Odessa area on June 14, ensuring thousands of West Texans woke up to damaged roofs and automobiles with shattered windshields.
AUSTIN - The tide my be turning in mass hailstorm litigation, as data collected by the Texas Department of Insurance shows fewer complaints being filed during 2013-2015, compared to 2012.
Story CopyWhile Texas weather catastrophes caused a huge jump in homeowner insurance claims last year, the number of complaints that sometimes follow are low in comparison.