What can be done?

Have you reviewed the evidence presented here and think that TMLT must be held accountable?  Have you concluded that Texans deserve a judicial system untainted by witness tampering and heavy handed gaming of the system?  Well, there are some things you can do.

First, call and write your legislature now and demand TMLT and its officers be held accountable.  Be sure and demand that TMLT be required to reveal its operations and financial data to the public.  And, demand that they be required to abide by the laws that all insurance companies must comply with. 

Second, tell your legislator that the statute that forces injured patients to provide a medical authorization to insurance companies against the patient's wishes be repealed.  That statute is Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code Chapter 74, section 74.052.  Tell your legislator that when a hospital maims you that is bad enough and you shouldn't have to open your entire medical history to an insurance company to post on their computers forever - and you shouldn't have insurance companies meeting secretly with your doctors against your will. 

Third, be sure to tell your legislators that they need to amend Tex.Ins.Code Art. 21.49-4 to force folks like TMLT to comply with all insurance company regulations - or just repeal that statute altogether.

You can find your state legislators here: www.capitol.state.tx.us/

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