Membership Information

Public Adjuster Firm Member
Public Adjuster Members are firms that provide public insurance adjusting services on a full-time and professional basis adjusting first-party property claims for owners of fixed properties -- commercial, industrial, institutional, retail, and/or residential -- that have been damaged by causes covered by insurance. Claims may also include financial losses involving business interruption, rental income, improvements, additional expenses, etc.
There are three types of individuals at a member firm that must be enrolled. They are:
Individual owners, partners and officers of the firm must be enrolled Regular members
All licensed adjusters (excluding principals) must be enrolled as Associate members
1099 licensed adjusters who perform services on a full-time or part-time basis for or on behalf of the firm must be enrolled as Independent Contractor members. 
Every Regular member and Associate member has access to all services and activities, and is entitled to vote in any meeting, election or ballot process. Independent Contractor members are not eligible to vote. .
Click here to apply online or download a printable Public Adjuster member application
Affiliate Member

These are individuals, partners, corporations and nonprofit organizations who in no way are engaged in public insurance adjusting. No individuals, partnerships or corporations who or which are engaged, to any extent, in the profession of public insurance adjusting are eligible for Affiliate membership.
The Affiliate member category includes Vendors/Suppliers of products and services to NAPIA members, Individuals such as attorneys, accountants and other professionals who want to support NAPIA activities, and Nonprofit Organizations.
Affiliate members are presented with an exceptional opportunity to solidify relationships with public insurance adjusters while supporting the profession they serve.
Click here to apply online or download a printable Affiliate member application