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  • Press Advisory: #protectpolicyholders resource page

    Tuesday, January 24, 2017

    Texas Watch has released a one-stop resource for those wishing to learn more about the fight to preserve policyholder protections. Ware Wendell, Executive Director of Texas Watch, released the following statement: 

  • Texas Values

    Thursday, January 19, 2017

    At Texas Watch, we believe that if someone threatens our rights, Texans will fight to the end to protect them. We believe “liberty and justice for all” are more than words – they’re our way of life. This is our fight. This is what we stand for: 

  • The 85th Legislative Session

    Thursday, January 12, 2017

    The 85th Legislative Session is here and we’re ready for the fight. We’re ready to make a stand to preserve policyholder protections, make our roads safer, and protect consumers.

    Thanks to your support last session, we were able to beat back insurance lobbyists’ efforts to rob Texas policyholders of their vital legal protections. Now, insurance lobbyists are coming back for your rights.

  • Stop "Swoop and Settle"

    Monday, January 9, 2017

    You have just been involved in a car wreck. Your car is destroyed. You are hurting and disoriented. After you exchange insurance information with the other driver, take photos of the damage, gather witness information, and get to the doctor, what comes next? Often the other driver's insurance company calls wanting a recorded statement from you.

  • Statement on B.C. v. Steak N Shake Operations, Inc.

    Monday, November 7, 2016

    Tori Sommerman, deputy director of Texas Watch, released the following statement:

  • Written Testimony: Texas Policyholders Need to be Heard

    Thursday, September 29, 2016

    On October 5th, the Senate Business & Commerce Committee will meet to discuss weather-related litigation in Texas. While industry insiders will testify before the committee and spin the anti-policyholder message pushed throughout the last legislative session and the interim, a key voice is being left out of the legislative process: Texas policyholders.