Because of runaway health care costs, Texas is on a path to cut funding or raise taxes. The percentage of the budget spent on health care, for our employees and those on medical assistance programs, continues to increase. This leaves less money available for schools, roads and tax relief.
Items Not Requiring an Inspection for Purposes of Windstorm and Hail Insurance Coverage through the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association, 28 TAC §5.4605
The Texas Department of Insurance is proposing amendments to update 28 TAC §5.4605, relating to Items Not Requiring an Inspection for the Purposes of Windstorm and Hail Insurance Coverage through the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association (association). Section 5.4605 lists the items currently not requiring an inspection for the purpose of windstorm and hail insurance coverage […]
Commissioner Mattax will hold an open discussion on Thursday, April 21, 2016, at 9:30 a.m. at the following location: 333 Guadalupe St. Austin, Texas 78701 Room 102 The purpose of the meeting will be for the commissioner to receive comments and recommendations from stakeholders and the public regarding a draft TDI data call for residential […]
The commissioner of insurance will hold a public hearing to consider revised Texas workers’ compensation classification relativities, proposed to replace those adopted under Commissioner’s Order No. 3848, dated March 5, 2015. The hearing, under Docket No. 2784, will begin at 2 p.m., Central time, December 16, 2015, in Room 100 of the William P. Hobby […]
Join us on September 14 & 15th for the TABA Fall Conference and Annual meeting at the Crowne Plaza Hotel Galleria in Addison, Texas. For more information about the conference, online registration, exhibiting and schedules go to our conference website. We look forward to seeing in September! TABA Conference
The Texas Automobile Insurance Plan Association (TAIPA) filed a private passenger and commercial automobile insurance rate filing on August 18, 2015. You may review TAIPA’s rate filing by visiting the link at the bottom of the notice, or you may review it in the TDI Office of the Chief Clerk. You may obtain a copy […]