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Join Us At the Table

AIA membership will further your interests in many tangible and intangible ways – and for a fraction of the cost of doing comparable work in-house.


Celebrating its 150th year in 2016, The American Insurance Association (AIA) is the leading property-casualty insurance trade organization, representing approximately 320 insurers that write more than $125 billion in premiums each year. AIA member companies offer all types of property - casualty insurance, including personal and commercial auto insurance, commercial property and liability coverage, specialty, workers' compensation, homeowners' insurance, medical malpractice coverage, and product liability insurance.

AIA is committed to providing our members with unmatched value and unparalleled benefits. We support our members’ public policy goals through effective representation, timely information, and company-specific assistance. AIA staff and resources serve as an extension of member company functions. The more closely a member company engages, the more value they derive from membership. Our job is to protect our members’ interests and support their successes.

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.


The AIA Board of Directors and a strong member-supported committee structure mobilize industry resources with expertise in various fields to deal with specific issues. Our member companies jointly develop AIA’s legislative, judicial, and regulatory priorities and goals to ensure that your company’s specific objectives are reflected in policy positions and in proposed solutions to industry problems.


AIA is proactive and strategic in advancing public policy and financial interests of our member companies at all levels of government and before industry standard-setting and regulatory support organizations around the globe.

State & Local: With local representation in every state and regional offices located in key areas throughout the country, AIA acts as your eyes and ears when advocating on the state and municipal levels. AIA helps you foresee fast-changing events with a focused response. 

Federal: Having AIA’s headquarters in Washington, D.C. means your voice will be heard – where it needs to be at the highest levels of the federal government. Members harness AIA’s solid working relationships with top agency and congressional officials to serve their interests.

International: AIA is taking a lead role in exploring key issues, especially in the international arena.  Having a seat at AIA’s table guarantees you will be alerted on important topics and have the ability to participate in the debate over emerging issues that are critical to the industry’s future.


A single source for all your compliance needs.  Members have live, online access to new regulations, bulletins and laws , plus a trained staff to scrutinize proposed and enacted legislation for its potential impact to your business. 


Putting timely research data and state-by-state intelligence at your fingertips.  Membership  gives you access to vital information using the latest data sources, ad hoc studies and legal research tools.


A legal department to add to your staff.  AIA’s law department provides the industry voice in our nation’s courts, legislatures, and agencies, as well as supplying you with analysis and information to aid in your legal and regulatory needs.


AIA puts you’re and your colleagues together around the same table with leading industry executives and government representatives so you can discuss, network, and share best practices with your industry peers. We also make our widespread network of contacts available to you, facilitating meetings between individual member companies and regulatory officials that allow for the prompt and satisfactory resolution of company-specific issues and significant savings of company resources.

For additional information on how you can become a member, please contact us by e-mail at Or, please call us at 202-828-7100 or write us at:

The American Insurance Association
555 12th St NW, Suite 550
Washington, D.C. 20004

For additional information on how you can become a member, please contact us by e-mail at Or, please call or write us at:

The American Insurance Association
555 12th St, NW, Suite 550 
Washington DC 20004
Tel: (202) 828-7100
Fax: (202)293-1219