Texas Legislative Changes for Continuing Education and License Expirations

Recent Texas Legislative Changes affecting Continuing Education (CE) Requirements and Renewals.   We have been waiting for the implementation of the new legislative changes.  Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) has updated their website communicating the following changes.  You may view them here.  We have put together the hightlights below for you. For all licenses issued…

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Texas Flooding Likely This Week

  Texas Flooding Texas now braces for the storm that has no name.  It’s not a storm or even a depression at this point, but it has Texas talking.  We are watching the development of a tropical disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico currenly known as Invest 91L.  The national weather service is giving it an…

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Lake Texoma Flooding

Lake Texoma Flooding Lake Texoma has been rising over the last month.  For the 4th time since the dam was constructed in 1944, water is flowing over the spillway.  The lake is recorded 124% full now at 644 feet according to the US Amy Corps of Engineers Tulsa District.  It was only on May 28, 2015 that…

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The Insurance Institute

The Insurance Institute of America (IIA) The Institutes The Insurance Institute of America (IIA) was formed in 1909. They combined operations with the American Institute for Property and Liability Underwriters in 1953. In 1998, the Insurance Research Council becomes a division of the Insurance Institute of America. They simply became known as The Institutes as…

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Storms, Storms and MORE Storms

Storms, Storms, and More Storms So 2015 started out with unprecedented storms in the Boston area. Although the claims didn’t come in all at once, the volume continued to surprise CAT companies. Many adjusters got the early wake-up call to go to the northeast for 2015 at a time when most are used to enjoying…

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