Message from the President
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Arbitration clauses force consumers with disputes into closed, costly, and biased proceedings without any appeal or public record. For years, the Texas Department of Insurance has rightfully rejected policies with these dangerous clauses.
But, a new policy submitted to TDI could reverse this longstanding rule. The policy includes a binding arbitration clause, which would strip unaware consumers of their constitutional rights in exchange for a discount.
If approved, the policy would allow insurance companies to buy Texans' rights for a few dollars a month. Tell TDI that your rights are not for sale here.
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