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The Insurance Law Section is an official, sanctioned section of the State Bar of Texas consisting of approximately 2,200 members. Membership is open to all members of the State Bar of Texas.

The Insurance Law Section serves to promote the understanding and development of Texas insurance law by providing high quality educational resources to the bench, bar, and public and by promoting collegiality among those with an interest in insurance law.

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The Insurance Law Section is governed by a Council elected from the Section membership at the Section’s annual meeting. Section officers are elected from and by the Council




Recent Decisions

State Automobile Insurance Co v. Freehold Management, Inc.

Court: ND Tx  08/22/2019   A court of the Northern District denied commercial insurer's motion for summary judgment on insured's counterclaims for breach of contract and extra-contractual claims, and denied insured's motion for summary judgment on commercial insurer's affirmative defenses to insured's counterclaims in dispute concerning coverage for storm damage to insured's shopping center, finding genuine disputes of material fact where both parties' motions depended on expert testimony which should be initially addressed by Daubert motions before trial.

Hunter v. Baylor Health Care System

Court: ND Tx  08/14/2019   District Court Finds that a Hospital was not an "Insurer" for Purposes of Determining whether a Discretionary Clause in an Occupational Injury Benefit Plan was Banned

Grigson v. Farmers Group, Inc.

Court: WD Tx  08/12/2019   Magistrate Judge Issues Split Decision in Discovery Dispute Pertaining to Class Certification arising from Alleged Discrimination in Premium Setting on Personal Auto Policies

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