Blog Posts in October, 2014

State Farm Seeks FAA Permission to Test Drones

Truth is often stranger than fiction. The Chicago Tribune reported just this week that insurance giant State Farm has filed an application with the FAA to test the use of drones to capture images, ...
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Texas Insurers Support Bad Insurance Practices in Upcoming Legislative Session

Time to Tell Your Local Lawmaker You Don't Want Your Rights Eliminated When insurance companies lose at the courthouse, they hire their powerful lobbyists to change the laws – and the ...
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Texas Fourteenth Court of Appeals: Texas Policyholders Dealt a Better Hand

The Fourteenth Court of Appeals recently held that injuries independent from underpaid policy benefits are not required under the Insurance Code when the policyholder also establishes a breach of ...
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Devastating Storm Hammers North and Central Texas

A fast-moving storm with large hail and straight-line winds up to 85 miles per hour blew through North and Central Texas on Thursday, October 2, 2014, leaving thousands without electricity and causing ...
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