Insurance companies prey on vulnerable Texans. After a wreck, they often swoop in and try to get you to settle on the cheap before you know the full extent of your damages and medical costs.
When you pay more to purchase insurance to protect yourself from uninsured and underinsured motorists (UM/UIM), you expect your insurance company to pay up after a wreck.
When wrecks happen, Texans rely on insurance to help them get back on their feet. But with over 1.5 million vehicles driving with “phantom coverage,” Texas families are too often finding themselves unprotected and hung out to dry by insurers selling junk policies.
Our veterans served honorably overseas, taking the fight to those dead set on doing us harm. Now, many of our vets are returning home sick with rare cancers and lung disorders. The cause? Open burn pits operated on our military bases. Texas doesn't abandon its warriors. They took care of us. Now it's our turn to take care of them.
Your story can speak volumes. By sharing your struggle to hold your insurance company, health care provider, or corporation accountable, you can help us promote common sense reforms at the Capitol. Tell us your story and help strengthen accountability and safety measures for all Texans.