Upcoming EventsGAPIA's Fall Educational Conference
October 8, 2019
9:00AM to 5:00PM
Wyndham Atlanta Galleria
6345 Powers Ferry Road NW
Atlanta, GA 30339
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What is GAPIA?
Pubic Insurance Adjusters work on behalf of the policyholder to ensure that their rights are protected and that they receive full and fair compensation from their insurance carriers in the case of an insured loss.
Typical Claims handled by GAPIA
Public Insurance Adjusters include
business and residential property
losses such as:
GAPIA's Public Insurance Adjusters
also help with business related
losses such as:
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Georgia's Declarations Page Statute: Another Tool in the Toolkit
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|The 2019 First Party Claims Conference
takes place October 14-16 at the
Crowne Plaza Hotel in Warwick, RI.
Registration is open to all adjusters,
attorneys, contractors and others
involved in the first party property
Registration rates go up after
August 26, so sign up soon to save!
Attendees can receive up to 15
continuing education (CE) credits in
2-1/2 days. Applications for CE credit
are submitted to 20 states.
Three registration options are available:
Pre-Conference (3 credits)
Monday, October 14
Conference (12 credits)
Tuesday, October 15 and Wednesday, October 16
Pre-Conference & Conference (15 credits)
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, October 14-16
Register 5 or more people from
the same firm and receive a
$30 discount for each attendee!
Click on the button below to sign
up. Visit www.firstpartyclaims.com for more details.