ICT regularly produces material for use by our member companies, associate members, and the general public.
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Basic information and facts on how auto insurance works, what it covers, how the claims process plays out, and what factors impact the premium paid.
Popping up all over Texas, dockless electric scooters provide an alternative transportation solution to pedestrians. But what are the risks and insurance implications?
Motorcyclists continue to account for a considerable proportion of U.S. road trauma. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s National Center for Statistics and Analysis, in 2016 there were 5,286 motorcyclists killed on U.S. roadways, and approximately 88,000 motorcyclists were injured. Our infographic produced for Motorcycle Awareness Month highlights more facts and figures about these fun, but potentially dangerous, vehicles.
Texas experiences widespread flooding almost every year, and a large swath of Texas is considered “Flash Flood Alley”. Learn how to prepare for this destructive force of nature, why flood insurance is a critical product to consider purchasing to protect your property, and how to respond if flooding affects you.
Information about Texas' rising auto fatality rate and tips to keep drivers safe on the roads.
Harvey made landfall in Rockport, TX on the evening of August 25, 2017 as a Category 4 hurricane with wind gusts up to 150 mph. Click the thumbnail to read all about Harvey generated claims.
Property Litigation Reform: Questions and Answers on HB 1774
HB 1774 is legislation passed during the 85th Texas Legislative Session to combat lawsuit abuse following storms. This infographic discusses why the law was needed, what the law does and does not do, and how homeowners still have the right to sue insurance companies should they need to.
Produced to combat some of the misinformation in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey about the effects of HB 1774 (legislation passed during the 85th Texas Legislative Session to combat lawsuit abuse following storms), this infographic discusses what the law does and does not do and who would be affected by the changes the law made.
This infographic details homeowners insurance, auto insurance, windstorm insurance, and flood insurance. The infographic briefly defines the coverages for each line of business and the differences between them.
What Consumers Need To Know About Filing Claims After Hurricane Harvey
This infographic, produced in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Harvey’s devastation in Texas, lays out the timing of filing a claim, the first steps policy holders should take, details TWIA’s role in insuring Texas coastal properties, discusses FEMA’s role in handling flood claims and providing assistance to those without flood insurance, and has a warning on fraud.
This one-page handout defines fraud as it relates to the insurance industry, provides tips when hiring a contractor for home repairs, and provides resources to report suspected fraud.
This one-page flyer details homeowners insurance, auto insurance, windstorm insurance, and flood insurance. The handout defines the coverages for each line of business and the differences between them.
This tri-fold brochure discusses the lessons learned in Texas from Hurricanes Ike, Dolly and Rita. The brochure advises property owners to heed evacuation warnings, build to a stronger code, consider the conditions immediately post-storm, and to prepare for future storms; and provides a list of “lessons” those in the potential path of a storm should take in to consideration.
This tri-fold brochure includes tips and information about “return-to-work” programs, helping those affected by workers’ compensation claims understand and take steps to implement a successful return-to-work program. Studies show that effective return-to-work programs lowers the cost of claims, eliminates lost time, and helps employees recover.
This bi-fold brochure gives the basics of the Insurance Council of Texas Education Foundation, a 501c(3) created to provide scholarships and educational funding to Texas universities and insurance and risk management students.
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