Consumer Bills of Rights
Your insurance company is required to provide you with a summary of your rights under Texas insurance law when it issues you a policy. This summary is called the "Consumer Bill of Rights." The Bill of Rights is being revised to reflect the change in the state's minimum liability limits. Until the revised Bill of Rights is adopted, the copy you receive with your new policy will still include the old limits in place prior to April 1.
- Homeowners | Homeowners-Spanish
- Auto | Auto-Spanish
- Order 12-0862
- Consumer Bill of Rights for Credit Life, Credit Disability, and Involuntary Unemployment Insurance (English | Spanish)
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Last updated: 07/15/2013