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Tropical Development Could Turn Into Hurricane Joyce; RGV In Path

Meteorologists are keeping an eye on some tropical development in the Carribean Sea, currently named “Invest-95” that could potentially grow into a tropical depression, tropical storm, or this season’s next

TWIA Hiking Up Premium Rates By 10% After Hurricane Harvey Claims

TWIA’s board of directors, in a 5-4 vote, proposed a 10% hike in all residential and commercial policies for 2019 coverage. This proposed hike would affect 213,278 policyholders to date and,

Texas Hospital That Charged Patient $109K For Heart Attack Care Has Reduced The Bill To $332

Last week, Chad Terhune of Kaiser Health News wrote about Drew Calver, the 44-year-old Texas teacher who suffered a heart attack, had health insurance and was still stuck with a

Hurricane Harvey – One Year Later

It’s hard to imagine that it has already been one year since Hurricane Harvey made landfall on the Southeast Texas coast. The entire country watched in horror as images of

HOSPITAL BILL FRAUD ALERT: Man Has Same Procedure Twice at the Same Hospital, Gets Two Different Prices: $339 and $3,484

George Hahn of Malvern, Pennsylvania, had two echocardiograms from Paoli Hospital, using the same exact insurance only one year apart and received two drastically different bills. The first year, the

My Insurance Denied My Storm Damage Claim. What Should I Do?

Receiving an insurance claim denial letter in the mail is probably one of the more disheartening experiences a homeowner can face. You’ve just been through a traumatic storm event such

How To Win A Storm Damage Claim

Stop us if you’ve seen this before: Your home was absolutely wrecked by a hailstorm, a hurricane, or a flood. Shortly after the storm, you call your insurance to open up

Gov. Greg Abbott Declares A “State of Disaster” for Hidalgo, Cameron, and Willacy Co. After Major Flooding

Most major cities in the Rio Grande Valley are reeling from flood waters after nearly a foot of rain poured down on the area. On Thursday, Gov. Greg Abbott declared

5 Critical Mistakes Homeowners Make That Can Kill Their Storm Damage Insurance Claims

Hurricane season is here and if 2017 was any indicator of how destructive these storms are becoming, we may be in for a far more disastrous 2018. With many legitimate storm damage

(PHOTOS) Carrollton, Coppell, Arlington Texas Hit With Baseball-Sized Hail Causing $425 Million In Damages

Early Wednesday, at approximately 1:35 AM, baseball-sized hailstones pummelled the North Texas suburbs of Carrollton, Coppell, and Arlington Texas. As the day broke, residents woke up to shattered windows, dented