The insurer of last resort for virtually all property owners along the Texas coast is considering going into receivership, a move just short of bankruptcy.
If officials for the quasi-governmental Texas Windstorm Insurance Association decide to pursue receivership, it could leave many coastal residents and businesses with no coverage as the summer storm season looms. It would also throw into question millions of dollars in pending claims from past hurricanes and potentially hamstring growth along the coast.
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