Storm Damage? Why Some North Texas Homeowners Are Holding Off On Filing Insurance ClaimsWith memories of the winter storms still fresh, his damages then slightly less than his deductible, Armand Ceniza of Fort Worth says he's in no hurry to file a claim.
North Texas Doctor Clay Cockerell And His Clinic Accused Of Racking Up $4.2 Million In Fake ClaimsThe Department of Justice has filed suit against a North Texas dermatopathologist and his clinic, claiming they submitted more than $4 million in fraudulent claims.
Winter Storm Will Be 'Largest Insurance Claim Event In History' Says Insurance Council Of TexasThe Insurance Council of Texas is also asking all Texas residents to pack some patience right now as agents are dealing with all claims -- homeowners, business and auto.
Dozens Of Dallas Residents Whose Homes Were Destroyed By October Tornado Will Soon Get Code Violation NoticeThe city of Dallas says it has held off on pursuing the violations, but has seen health and safety concerns become more pronounced.
Dallas Tornado Victims Still Fighting With Insurance Companies 3 Months LaterMultiple homeowners don’t agree with their insurance companies about the amount of damage sustained during the October 20 tornado.
North Texas Auto Body Shop Racks Up Complaints For Not Finishing The JobSome drivers say they trusted Forge's Auto Body in Fort Worth to fix their cars, only to find their vehicles unfinished and the funds from their insurance claims depleted.
Harvey's Insured Losses Estimated To Cost Nearly $19 BillionThe nation's largest state insurance trade association estimates insured losses from Harvey at nearly $19 billion — and that doesn't count damage not covered by insurance.
Dog Bite Claims Rise In TexasThe number of dog-related injury claims rose slightly in Texas in 2016 according to State Farm statistics.
Insurance Agent Has Advice Before The StormsSomething as simple as laying a tarp over vulnerable areas can save a homeowner a lot of money and headaches after the storms hit.
March In Like A Lion In 2015... This Year, Not So MuchMarch is usually the month when really bad weather starts to roll into the metroplex, and last year was a monster.
Insurance Claims Rolling In As Ice MeltsInsurance companies are adding up the damage from the ice storm, and much of the damage remains to be seen, according to the Insurance Council of Texas.