OPIC’s 2023 Achievements

OPIC has worked hard for consumers throughout the 2023 fiscal year.1 Over the last 12 months, we reviewed almost 1,500 rule, rate, and policy form filings. We saved Texas consumers over $14.7 million by limiting premium increases and obtaining refunds. Indeed, for...

How to Prepare for Spring Storms

Spring weather in Texas is unpredictable and Texans are likely to experience extreme weather events, including tornadoes, hailstorms, hurricanes, and wildfires. Here are some important tips to help you protect yourself, your family, and your property from injury or...

Don’t Borrow Trouble: Know What’s Covered

Did you know that even if you have permission to drive a borrowed car or give permission to someone to drive your car, your auto policy may not provide coverage? Consider this before you borrow trouble. Here are some common situations that may not be covered:  You...

Resources for Business Owners During COVID-19

OPIC understands this is a difficult time for Texans. In particular, the COVID-19 pandemic raises several insurance questions for small business owners. We hope that the following information will help with some of those questions. Insurance The Texas Department of...