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Wednesday, March 20, 2013At Reliable Insurance, we're known for our personal service and saving you money, our name really just says it all. With rates starting at $35, we can offer you comprehensive coverage to suit your needs. Get an online quote now! If we can't beat your monthly payment, then we'll pay you $100. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, May 16, 2012Coastal county residents will see their Texas Windstorm Insurance Association rates increase by 5 percent beginning in January. But much broader — and some Galveston County representatives and residents say unfair — changes to windstorm insurance rates could be on the horizon. READ MORE >>
Monday, December 5, 2011A new insurance commissioner has allowed State Farm to charge higher rates and deductibles in Texas. State Farm Insurance on Dec. 1 was authorized to switch many of its 1.2 million homeowner policies to a higher deductible. The Dallas Morning News reports Commissioner Elanor Kitzman, who took office in August, found no reason to reject the increases. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, October 12, 2011Farmers Insurance indicated Friday that it will raise homeowner premiums by nearly 10 percent next year for about half of its customers in North Texas and across the state. The higher rates, to take effect March 16, would affect about 350,000 Farmers customers who have either a Texas Family Home Policy or a Next Generation Home Policy. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, September 13, 2011 State Farm is proposing changes to home insurance deductibles that consumer advocates warn would reduce the amount consumers could collect on claims. As part of a notice to Texas insurance regulators that it plans to increase homeowner rates an average 9. READ MORE >>
Friday, December 17, 2010 Allstate Insurance has notified the Texas Department of Insurance that it will increase homeowner rates -- some by almost 10 percent. About 450,000 homeowners covered by Allstate Texas Lloyds will see a rate increase of 5.4 percent, effective Jan. 20. READ MORE >>