In many cases, you may research your case or your legal situation simply by surfing the Web. Below, we've collected a number of helpful online legal resources to help you better understand the particulars of your case and to learn more about Texas law as it pertains to insurance claims and business litigation. For even more information, contact us directly.
Aside from the irreverent name, this site has some helpful information for policyholders. Forbes picks AllstateInsuranceSucks.com as #1 corporate complaint site.
Americans for Insurance Reform (AIR) is a national coalition of public interest organizations that support effective insurance industry reforms to control skyrocketing insurance rates, reduced insurance coverage, arbitrary policy cancellations, mismanagement and other insurance industry abuses.
Interesting magazine and website resource for insurance claims studies and reports. Articles are generally written from a pro-insurance company perspective.
International Risk Management Institute, Inc., now known as IRMI, was founded in 1978, primarily to educate risk managers, agents/brokers, and other insurance professionals through the use of seminars. In conjunction, risk and insurance publications were developed to provide what we felt was much needed information in an evolving industry. So popular were these publications that by the mid-1980s, publishing had become their primary focus. The website contains good commentary on insurance related issues.
The Texas Department of Insurance regulates the insurance companies, insurance adjusters and public insurance adjusters in the state of Texas. It is one of Texas' oldest administrative agencies.
Texas Watch is a non-partisan, advocacy organization working to improve consumer and insurance protections for Texas families. Texas Watch's thousands of activists across the state make their voices heard to preserve their rights and protections. Texas Watch strives to provide a counter to wealthy special interest lobby efforts and ensure Texas laws reflect the true needs of Texas families and consumers.
Founded by Dan Lambe in 1998, Texas Watch has helped provide a platform for Texas consumers on insurance, nursing home resident protection, patient protection and consumer law issues in legislative and regulatory activities. Texas Watch members have provided testimony to legislative committees, participated in consumer legislative lobby days, testified in regulatory rule-making activities and spoken with media about consumer protection issues.
This is a great resource for claims assistance and insurance information that benefits policyholders.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is a division of the U.S. Department of Transportation. The website contains numerous research studies, statistics and analysis of vehicle and highway safety issues.
This is the motor vehicle crash statistics page for the Texas Department of Transportation.