Founded in 1951, the National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters advocates for public adjuster education and a high standard of professional conduct and ethics. Members are licensed to adjust first party property insurance claims and are committed to working in the best interest of their clients. Read More »
NAPIA Annual Meeting 2023
6/14/2023 to 6/17/2023 CDT
More States Adopting Professional Standards for Public Adjusters
"A movement to establish professional standards for public adjusters gained ground this year, with lawmakers in five states passing bills that impose new controls over a trade that already requires a license in 46 states. Brian S. Goodman, general counsel of the National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters, says his organization welcomes the new rules." Read More »
New Mexico Bulletin 4.12.23 - Public Adjuster Discrepancies
"The Office of Superintendent of Insurance continues to receive inquiries related to the licensing of both resident and nonresident adjusters. These inquiries have revealed some discrepancies between the requirements set forth in Chapter 59A NMSA 1978, the New Mexico Insurance Code, and those contained in the Title 13 of the New Mexico Administrative Code. The Producer Licensing Bureau is currently working on an update and revisions to those provisions of Title 13 (Insurance) of the New Mexico Administrative Code administered by this Bureau, addressing the adjuster related discrepancies will be included in that process." Read the full bulletin here. Read More »
Letter from NAPIA Leadership to Attorney General of Wyoming RE: Anti-Public Adjuster Endorsement
NAPIA's President, Clay Morrison, and General Counsel, Brian Goodman, write a letter to the Attorney General of Wyoming to help tackle the anti-public adjuster endorsement head-on in all 50 states. Read More »
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