Flood insurance is one of those things you may think you have, but you probably don’t. If your home is flooded, your homeowners insurance will most likely not cover the damage.
All along a Garland street, so much of what turned houses into homes, is headed to the curb: ruined by the water that rushed in from Duck Creek.
Attorney General Ken Paxton has toured some flood recovery centers and warned against price gouging and cleanup scams.
Most abortions in Texas could not be covered by insurance purchased through the Affordable Care Act under a bill that has cleared the Republican-controlled Senate.
An insurance group says last weekend’s storms across north and central parts of Texas have caused at least $65 million in damage to vehicles.
Lake Worth woman says Starbucks fired her while she is still struggling with cancer.
Nearly 8 million people could lose up to $24 billion a year in health insurance subsidies in a Supreme Court case threatening President Barack Obama’s law, according to a government report released Tuesday.
More than 1 million State Farm policyholders in Texas will be eligible for refunds as part of a $352-plus million settlement the company reached with the state over excessive premium charges.
The Obama administration says it sent about 800,000 HealthCare.gov customers the wrong tax information, and officials are asking those consumers to delay filing their 2014 taxes.
Nearly 1.2 million Texans have signed up or were re-enrolled for health insurance through the federal marketplace by a February 15 deadline.
Drivers in the Lone Star State are the third worst drivers in the nation, according to carinsurancecomparison.com.
A Texas doctor’s challenge to President Obama’s health care overhaul is before a federal appeals court in New Orleans.