07/10/2020 It’s 100 Degrees Outside – But Texans Still Need to Prepare for Hurricane Season
Meteorologists are projecting two weeks of 100 degree daily temperatures but Texans can’t afford to ignore what is predicted to be an above average hurricane season.
06/01/2020 ICT Extends Our Sympathy to the Nation and Answers Coverage Questions
This weekend we saw varying responses to the tragedy that began in Minneapolis. Many were peaceful demonstrations but unfortunately, in some areas, the situation turned violent resulting in damage to property, including businesses and autos.
05/27/2020 Insurance Council of Texas (ICT) Executive Director, Albert Betts Jr., offers a conversation around the call for “fairness” in paying insurance claims. What’s Fair?As the country moves to reopening, after weeks of a shut down to avoid the spread of the virus, some have demanded that insurance companies pay for business interruption claims, even if the policies did not have coverage to include this type of situation.
July 10, 2020 edition Top Story: Revised forecast: 20 named storms predicted, the most since 2005; Industry News and Views; Education Foundation; Covid-19: Industry Impact; ICT In the News; Regulatory Roundup; Other News
July 08, 2020 edition Business Interruption Issues Continue to Develop; Liability Concerns Prompt Legislative Activity; Insurance Industry News; Regulatory Roundup
July 02, 2020 edition Executive Director's Independence Day Message; Industry News and Views; Covid-19: Industry Impact; 2020 Hurricane Season; Regulatory Roundup;