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With the 84th Legislative Session now closed, we’re happy to report two significant wins for Texas consumers. Most importantly, SB1628, the so-called “Insurance Immunity Act” which I blawged about here and here, was (thankfully) defeated. Additionally, in response to Williams v. Texas West Oaks Hosp., the Legislature narrowed the definition of a “healthcare liability claim”…

The first-party insurance bill I blawged about here appears dead in the water, but that hasn’t stopped its proponents from continuing to sneak its provisions into other bills. Texas Watch Reports: Thus far, lawmakers have thwarted their efforts by killing Senate Bill 1628. However, the property insurance industry – which pocketed at least $11.5 billion…

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