Insurance Council of Texas (ICT) is a non-profit, state trade association that serves property and casualty insurance carriers and their customers by educating members and consumers on Texas insurance issues. As the collective voice of the Texas insurance industry, we help our members stay current in an ever-changing marketplace and act as a critical conduit to ensure our membership’s position is heard on all insurance issues. We represent our members’ interests at the Texas Department of Insurance and other regulatory agencies. We also track the Texas legislative process and report back to our members on all legislative initiatives and changes in insurance law.

By partnering with ICT, our members gain a powerful ally in the insurance industry focused on their needs in Texas. We are committed to providing unparalleled information, education, programs, tools and resources, networking opportunities and media representation that enable our members to remain competitive and informed on the industry we serve.

Latest News

  • ICT Leads Thunder Tour into West Texas

    Every spring, severe thunderstorms begin forming on the plains of west Texas and often dump large hail and spawn damaging tornadoes. Prior to the height of the storm season, representatives from the Insurance Council of Texas (ICT) travel to the area...

  • Number of Texas Auto Fatalities Increases in 2017

    According to information from the Texas Department of Transportation, more than 3,700 people were killed on Texas roadways last year marking a 10% increase in traffic deaths from the previous year.

  • Texas Storm Season Brewing

    Spring may still be three weeks away, but the calendar hasn't slowed down the state's thunderstorm activity. Texas has already seen tornadoes tear up homes in DeKalb in northeast Texas and Desoto just outside Dallas, and multiple hailstorms were reported.

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Severe weather preparedness tips

Insurance in Texas is among the most expensive in the nation because Texas weather brings with it every weather hazard possible. From hailstorms to tornados, high winds and heavy rain, freezing temperatures to heat waves; Texas has it all, and springtime in Texas is when much of the severe weather hits.

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