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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

  • 84th Legislative Session Highlights

    Sunday, May 31, 2015

    Thanks to the support of the thousands families and businesses across the state who made calls, signed petitions, sent emails, and shared their experiences, we had our most successful session in years. Together, we worked towards a Safe Texas by blocking dangerous anti-policyholder legislation and supporting bills to improve workplace and community safety. Here’s what our session looked like. 

  • Last Ditch Effort to Graft Anti-Policyholder Provisions onto HB 3787

    Monday, May 25, 2015

    Recent severe weather events have Texas families and businesses digging out, evaluating property damage, and preparing necessary insurance claims. Meanwhile, the insurance industry and its cohorts at the self-styled Texans for Lawsuit Reform are trying to shove last second changes through the legislature that would roll back decades of key policyholder protections.

  • TX Senate Chooses Insurance Immunity Over Texas Families & Businesses

    Tuesday, April 28, 2015

    The Texas Senate gave preliminary approval to the Insurance Immunity Act – SB 1628 – today. After a procedural vote and a few “clean up” amendments expected tomorrow, the bill heads to the Texas House. Following is a statement from Alex Winslow, executive director of policyholder advocacy organization Texas Watch: