A LOCAL LAWMAKER WANTS TO LIMIT THE ABILITY FOR HOMEOWNERS TO SUE THEIR INSURERS. Reporter: IT SEEMS LIKE THE ONE YOU SEE BEHIND ME HERE SHOW US THAT COMMUNITIES HIT HARD I STORMS WILL STRUGGLE FOR MONTHS TO RECOVER. A STATE SENATOR WANTS TO MAKE IT HARDER FOR HOMEOWNERS TO SUE THEIR INSURERS SAYING THAT STORMS CHASERS ARE ABUSING THE SYSTEM. THE ROCKHARD HAIL SEEM TO FALL FOREVER. IT HAD BARELY STILL WENT AND MAN-MADE ONE-HIT. I HAVE PEOPLE FROM LOUISIANA RUNNING AND KNOCKING ON DOORS. JUST FROM EVERYWHERE. JUST COMING IN AND TRYING TO GET SOMETHING DONE. Reporter: CRITICS CALL THEM STORM CHASERS. FOLLOWING THE DAMAGE FOR DOLLARS. WE WILL DO YOUR ROOFER LIKE $10,000, AND WE CAN ASK FOR $15,000. IT’S LIKE THAT. Reporter: FRANCIS BOOKER SAYS SHE KNEW BETTER. KELLY HAN SAYS CROOKED RIVERS, LAWYERS AND ADJUSTERS ARE DRIVING UP INSURANCE RATES WITH FRIVOLOUS LAWSUITS. HE SAYS HIS SENATE BILL 10 WILL STOP IT WHILE ALSO PROTECTING HOMEOWNERS. ONE OF THE PROVISIONS HIS PRIOR NOTIFICATION. WHAT THAT DOES IS IT PUTS THE INSURANCE COMPANY ON NOTICE. AN ATTORNEY HAS BEEN HIRED, AND YOU HAVE A 60 DAY PERIOD TO WORK IT OUT. Reporter: HOWEVER, THE SENATOR’S MOTIVES WARRANT SCRUTINY. SEVERAL YEARS AGO TEXAS MONTHLY LISTED HIM AS ONE OF THE STATES WORST LAWMAKERS. SPECIFICALLY SETTING HIS RELATIONSHIP WITH INSURANCE COMPANIES. WRITING THAT AFTER SENATOR HAN RECEIVED SOME HUNDRED — 111 — $100,000 IN DONATIONS. THE COUNCIL’S PURPOSE IS TO REPRESENT AND SUPPORT THE PUBLIC AND INSURANCE CASES AND CONTROVERSIES. I CAN UNDERSTAND THE INSURANCE AND THE SENATOR’S POINT OF VIEW. I THINK THEY NEED TO BE VERY CAREFUL ABOUT HOW THEY GO ABOUT THAT. Reporter: INTERESTINGLY AS WE SPOKE TO PEOPLE IN WILEY HERE TODAY WE HEARD NOTHING BUT GOOD COMMENTS ABOUT HOW THEIR INSURANCE COMPANIES HAD HANDLED THIS REALLY BAD STORM. CONTRACTORS ON THE OTHER HAND, STORIES THROUGHOUT THE NEIGHBORHOOD.