What is GAPIA?

GAPIA is the Georgia Association of Public Insurance Adjusters. It is comprised of Public Insurance Adjusters, operating under the laws of the State of Georgia who are licensed to protect the interests of Georgia home and business owners who have incurred insured property losses.  GAPIA is dedicated to nurturing the relationship between the Public Adjuster and Policyholder by promoting a high standard of professional conduct and ethics through quality education.   

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 Adjusters
 
Typical Claims handled by GAPIA
Public Insurance Adjusters include
business and residential property
losses such as:

 
  • Fire Losses
  • Tornado Losses
  • Flooding
  • Hail Storm Losses
  • Wind Damage
  • Water Damage
  • Hurricane Losses
  • Smoke Damage
  • Explosions
  • Theft
  • Vandalism
  • Civil Unrest
GAPIA's Public Insurance Adjusters
also help with business related
losses such as:

 
  • Business Income
  • Builder's Risk
  • Leasehold Interest
  • Electrical and Mechanical Breakdown

Board of Directors

President
Bob Ingram, ARM
 
Vice President
Bob Caspar
 
Treasurer
J.P. Norton

Secretary
Brandon Lewis

Chair
Anita Taff
 
Director
J. Remington Huggins, Esquire
 
Director
William "Chip" Merlin, Esquire

Director
Mathew Mulholland
 
Director
Tim Varga
 
Executive Director

 
REGISTER FOR FPCC WEST
Earn your Appraiser or Umpire Certification and up to 8 CE Credits
 
The 2019 FPCC West insurance seminar takes place March 26-27, 2019 at the Marina Del Rey Hotel in Marina del Rey (Los Angeles), CA. 
 
Attendees have the option to attend the three-hour umpire and appraiser course the first day for 3 CE credits; the five-hour insurance course on the second day for 5 CE credits, or both days for 8 CE credits. An optional examination will take place at the end of the first day for those seeking to become certified as an umpire or appraiser. Applications for credit approval are being submitted to 20 states, including California.
 
The first day registration includes the seminar, exam and reception. Registration for day two includes the seminar, reception the night before, breakfast, breaks and lunch. Registration for both days includes all of these offerings at a discounted rate.
For more details click on 2019 FPCC West