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Three out of four of the main fires burning on the outskirts of Texas’ capitol city, Austin, have been mostly contained, officials say, but the largest and most destructive blazes in Bastrop County are only about 30 percent under control. Two deaths have been reported as a result of the fires in Bastrop County to the east of Austin. READ MORE >>


Wind-driven water like that occurring during Hurricane Irene penetrates openings in residential roofs but roof decks seams can be sealed to prevent damage, according to tests by an insurance home safety institute. READ MORE >>

Texans are tough. Most of them live with the constant threat of wildfires, hurricanes and other natural disasters. But Texans are also smart—they know that the best way to prepare for the unexpected is by maintaining a Texas home insurance policy. Texas Home Insurance Protects Against Wildfires READ MORE >>

By EMILY GLAZER Think a cheap car equals cheap insurance? Think again. There's more to auto-insurance rates than a vehicle's sticker price, according to a recent study by InsWeb, an online insurance-comparison provider. READ MORE >>

Released (April 2010) Texas law requires people who drive in Texas to pay for the accidents they cause. Most drivers do this by buying automobile liability insurance. Liability insurance pays to repair or replace the other driver’s car and pays other people’s medical expenses when you are at fault in an accident. READ MORE >>

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