Home & Auto Insurance

Lax regulation has allowed companies to abuse their customers in ways that increase their bottom line. They will “Delay, Deny, and Defend” claims knowing that everyday Texans don’t have the time and legal resources to fight it. It has also allowed insurance companies to carve up their policies over the last decade, offering less coverage, while continuing to raise premiums, leaving many Texans with “Junk Policies” that cost too much and cover too little.

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Our Take: Perry’s Farewell Address

January 15, 2015—Gov. Rick Perry gave his farewell address before a joint session of the legislature today. He touted his record of severely restricting access to legal accountability, pointing specifically to sweeping 2003 legislation that closed the courthouse doors for countless Texans. Even as he exits the stage, Gov. Perry is a cheerleader for his broken special […]

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Safe Texas Agenda

December 15, 2014—As our state’s economy thrives and our population booms, Texas families and communities face new threats to their physical and financial safety. We call on lawmakers to take steps during the 84th Legislature to help Texans thrive in our Texas economy by adopting a Safe Texas Agenda. “The freedom to raise a family, build a […]

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Research & Reports

The Texas Watch Foundation, a non-partisan 501(c)(3) organization, conducts research and public education activities on consumer law, consumer protection and civil justice issues. Read More »

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Court Watch

Court Watch, a program of the Foundation, documents the role and impact of the Texas civil court system on Texas families and Texas public policy. Read More »