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Join Us At the Table

JOIN US AT THE TABLE

The American insurance Association (AIA) is the trade association for today’s leaders in the property-casualty insurance industry. Our members work each day to protect the American Dream, whether that’s a house, car, business or otherwise. Now more than 150 years old, AIA has an unparalleled record of advocating on state, federal and international issues for insurers and their customers.

As an AIA member, you’ll work side-by-side with top policymakers and CEOs ensuring that your company is grouped among the property-casualty industry leaders.  Whatever your goals, we’ll do the utmost to achieve them. Whatever your needs, our staff will be available to serve them.

Below is an offering of some of the great advantages that come with membership in the American Insurance Association.

  • Industry Expertise: The AIA Law Department is comprised of policy experts in all aspects of property-casualty insurance law, claims, tax, and accounting allowing us to provide comments and testimony before legislative and regulatory committees and standard-setting organizations, as well as offer strategic advice to our members.
  • Representation: AIA is a national organization with a global reach. Our government affairs team drives legislative and regulatory agendas before state, federal, and international entities on all issues affecting property-casualty insurance companies and provide regular updates on the political and policy aspects of operational and line-of-business issues.
  • A Voice in Public Policy: The AIA Board of Directors and a strong, member-supported committee structure mobilize industry resources when addressing public policy concerns. AIA committees encourage company experts to provide input on all lines-of-business including traditional and emerging innovation issues.
  • In-Depth Online resources: AIA monitors all relevant legislation across the country, as well as regulations from every state insurance department, to provide compliance resources on a daily basis. In addition, AIA produces 50 state surveys on a variety of issues to ensure that our members avoid the costs on non-compliance. 

For additional information on how you can become a member, please contact Joanne Brodt at jbrodt@aiadc.org or 202-828-7100.

AIA CONTACT

Joanne Brodt, Director of Membership

For additional information on how you can become a member, please contact Joanne Brodt at jbrodt@aiadc.org or 202-828-7100.