Texas Lawmakers Look To Stop 'Swoop And Settle' Insurance Tactic Used After Car AccidentsTexas House Bill 1793, authored by Rep. Julie Johnson (D- Irving), would outlaw oral automotive insurance releases.
1 Year After Tornado, Dallas Neighborhood's Recovery Stretches OnThere were 13 houses on Martha Lane back then. Some had broken windows and roof damage. Others were destroyed.
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.
President Trump Signs Executive Order To Make Health Care Costs More Transparent: 'We're Giving Power Back To Patients'While the industry welcomes price transparency some are skeptical about how it will all work.
Richardson Homeowners Still Seeking Answers After Major Damage From Broken Water Line 2 Weeks AgoOn Thursday, homeowners went to a special board meeting hosted by the North Texas Municipal Water District.
Do You Save A Bundle When You Bundle Insurance?Insurance companies want to sell you auto and home insurance by "bundling" the two policies together -- and in the process offer you a discount on your annual premium. Makes sense for them, but does it save money for you?
You Truly Could Be Saving $400 A Year On Car InsuranceTV ads for car insurance constantly nag you about saving by comparing rates. But more than one-third of car owners apparently aren't listening, according to a new study.
House OKs Limiting Insurer Liability On Storm Damage Claims The Texas House has given preliminary approval to a bill limiting liability for insurance companies sued by policyholders following storm damage to property.
Report: Car Insurance Rates Much Higher In Minority AreasA new report suggests that people living in urban minority neighborhoods could be paying as much as 30 percent more for car insurance, but an industry group says the report's findings are flawed.
North Texas Lawmaker Files Bill To Curb Lawsuit Abuse Following Hail StormsCiting a 1400 percent increase in lawsuits, a local lawmaker wants to put a stop to what he calls “frivolous” litigation stemming from hail damage.
Is Travel Insurance Worth It?Consider these pros and cons to determine if travel insurance is worth purchasing for your next trip.
Insurers Find Ways To Discourage Sick From Healthcare Enrollment Consumer advocates warn that insurers are still using wiggle room to discourage the sickest — and costliest — patients from enrolling for Obamacare.
Police Arrest Serial Robber Who Targeted Insurance CompaniesThe man Dallas police say is responsible for 15 robberies of insurance companies was arrested early Sunday morning.
PD: Serial Robber Not Just Hitting Insurance CompaniesThere’s a lot of frustration at the Dallas Police Department as authorities continue to search for the person responsible for a number of insurance companies and now a retail store robbery in the Oak Cliff and Buckner Boulevard areas.
Armed Robber Still Targeting Dallas Insurance CompaniesDallas police continue to search for an armed robber who has hit at least nine businesses in Dallas.