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Accountability

When bad actors put the lives and livelihoods of Texas families at risk, that wrongdoer should be held accountable. This simple concept, immortalized in the Seventh Amendment of our constitution, is under attack. Texans are slowly being stripped of their legal rights in favor of special interests. Texas families and businesses need strong accountability protections that ensure real consequences for bad actors.

85th Legislative Session Comes to a Close

With your support, we stood up to insurance lobbyists in the fight to preserve policyholder protections this legislative session. Learn more about the fight for the legal rights of Texas families, businesses, churches, and schools. 

Latest from Accountability

  • All the “Justice” Money Can Buy

    Monday, September 21, 2015

    Texas Mutual Insurance Company was created amidst a crisis. 25 years later, the company is creating a crisis all its own.

    Local and state officials are now reviewing the legality and appropriateness of an exclusive deal in which the private insurance company Texas Mutual pays the salaries and expenses of Travis County district attorneys in exchange for prosecution of the company’s fraud cases.

  • Filing a Complaint

    Tuesday, August 25, 2015

    Texans deserve reliable service, safe care, and reasonable prices. However, too often consumers fall prey to bad actors. By filing a complaint with the appropriate agency, Texas consumers can alert officials to potential problems in their industry.

  • Perry’s Lame Health Care Retort

    Sunday, June 21, 2015

    In an interview on Fox News Sunday, Former Gov. Rick Perry lamely defended his record on access to health care. When pressed about our state’s chronically high rate of citizens without health insurance, Perry said that isn’t how he “keeps score.” He trotted out the same, tired talking points touting what he calls “sweeping tort reforms” passed more than a decade ago.