• NAPIA celebrated the 2023 Annual Meeting in Nashville, Tennessee
    Highlights of the event included:
    • Chris Aldrich being named NAPIA President
    • Raymond Altieri III being elected to the Officer Ladder
    • Jeffrey Gould, CPA being awarded NAPIA Person of the Year


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  • Public Adjuster Model Comments from NAPIA 11.6.2023

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  • Jeff Gould Receives Prestigious NAPIA Person of the Year Award

    Anita Taff, a NAPIA Past President and current member of the NAPIA Board of Directors stated, "Jeff Gould epitomizes the gold standard of public service. He gives unselfishly of himself to NAPIA and his clients. He is an incredibly dedicated and loyal individual, always willing to assist NAPIA leadership when called upon. His knowledge of current and historical legislation is unsurpassed. NAPIA is a better organization because of Jeff Gould. Congratulations Jeff, recognition as person of the year is well deserved!" Read More »

  • Loss Proceed Pitfalls: How a Name Can Wreck a Claim

    "It was probably an electric fire. Those can get out of hand fast. Calls were made, sirens sounded, and thousands of gallons of water doused the flames. Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson weren't even home. They wanted a couple of weeks away. Instead, they spent the next four months living in a hotel, waiting for the check that was supposed to restore their lives. Including lenders on loss proceeds checks can slow repairs, send insurers on wild investigations, and lead to tens of thousands of dollars in unnecessary additional living expenses. Don't believe us? Keep reading. This case study explores a meandering, real-life insurance claim that followed the fire described above. It's a story of good intentions met with life-altering delays, wasted time and money, and a dispirited policyholder. All because of a name." Read More »

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