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A Texas law firm has asked the U.S. Justice Department (“DOJ”) to investigate allegations of race-based claims handling by the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association, which is Texas’ statutorily created windstorm insurer of last resort.

The Mostyn Law Firm stated in a letter to the DOJ signed by J. Steve Mostyn that it represents “thousands of Texas homeowners, businesses, churches, and local government entities whose properties and lives have been damaged as a result of storms like Hurricanes Ike, Rita, and Dolly, that savaged the Texas Gulf Coast.” According to the letter, the firm’s clients “have seen their valid insurance claims wrongfully denied, delayed, and/or grossly underpaid by private insurance carriers, as well as by Texas Windstorm Insurance Association (‘TWIA’).”

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