NAPIA stands for the National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters. NAPIA members are experts in the profession of public insurance adjusting who have joined together for the express purpose of professional education, obtaining certification and promoting a rigid code of professional conduct and ethics.
FAPIA stands for the Florida Association of Public Insurance Adjusters. FAPIA was founded in 1993 and consists of nearly 500 members and associate members who join together to protect the interests of insured homeowners and businesses who have suffered an insurance loss. Where company and independent adjusters represent the insurance companies, Public Adjusters represent the Insured.
The Texas Association of Public Insurance Adjusters, or TAPIA, is an organization dedicated to protecting the interests of insured Texas home and business owners who have suffered property insurance losses. As public insurance adjusters who work on behalf of the insured / policyholder
The NYPAA is an association of licensed professional public adjusters and affiliated legal & trade people whose goal is to share ideas, increase knowledge and effectively promote our profession to the public
The mission of AAPIA is to provide a forum for the dissemination of timely market and industry related information, provide education and social functions, and to serve as a representative voice for licensed public adjusters in all aspects of the Public Insurance Adjusting Profession!
Windstorm Insurance Network, Inc. (WIND) ® is the first educational member association devoted solely to dealing with windstorm insurance claims issues. It was formed in 1999 with the goal to bring professionals together in the review and discussion of windstorm insurance claims issues.
The Association of Property & Casualty Claims Professionals (“PCCP”) is a professional educational association established to address the needs of the property and casualty claims adjusting community. The Association’s mission is to provides a means for adjusters to secure continuing education units as required by the various licensing entities across the United States