GAPIA's Spring 2024 Educational Conference

Register Now for GAPIA's Spring Educational Conference, 
May 21, 2024,
 8:30AM to 5:00PM, $25 late registration fee after May 14, 2024.

Register at www.gapia.org

Up to Six Continuing Education Credits Will Be Earned for this Event. One per Session. All attendees must register in advance to attend.  
 
Members may attend the conference in-person for $200. The charge for non-members is $400.00 for in-person attendance. There will be no online broadcast of this event. Join GAPIA Today and Save $$ on GAPIA Conferences.

Sonesta Atlanta NW Galleria Hotel
6345 Powers Ferry Road, Berkshire Room
Atlanta, GA 30339
770-955-1700

Introduction 8:30AM - 9:00AM
Jennifer Campbell, President, GAPIA, Inc
 
Session 1  9:00AM – 9:50AM
Chip Merlin and Matthew Brown, Merlin Law Group 
Creating Best Practices for Georgia Post Loss Obligations 
 
Sponsor 1  9:50AM - 10:00AM Claim Wizard

Session 2  10:00AM– 10:50AM
Brandon Lewis, Strategic Claim Consultants
How To Combat Unscrupulous Insurance Adjusters & File Formal DOI Complaints
 
Break    10:50AM – 11:05AM  
 
Sponsor 2, 11:05 AM -11:15AM Georgia Environmental Group
 
Session 3  11:15AM – 12:05AM
Remington Huggins, Esq., Huggins Law Firm
Through the Eyes of an Independent Adjuster
 
Lunch Break 12:05 to 1:00 PM

Session 4  1:00PM to 1:50PM
Martin Shields, ClaimsFi Public Adjusting
Understanding Building Codes
 
Sponsor 3 - 1:50PM – 2:00PM TRS Housing

Sponsor 4   2:00PM to 2:10 PM, Huggins Law Firm 

Session 5 2:10PM – 3:00PM
Mathew Mulholland, Listen to the Bull
When a 'Rule of Thumb' Should be Ignored
 
Sponsor 5 -   3:00PM to 3:10PM, Rouse Environmental Group

Break– 3:10 PM to 3:25PM
 
Sponsor 6 – 3:25 to 3:35 Merlin Law Group
 
Session 6  3:35 PM – 4:25 PM
John Baird, Ally Public Adjusting
Excelling as a Georgia Public Adjuster

Public Adjuster Discussion and Conference Wrap Up 4:25 PM – 5:00 PM
Jennifer Campbell, President, GAPIA, Inc.
 
Together We Are Stronger!
 
 


Why Hire a Public Adjuster?

Claimants who hire a Public Adjuster receive substantially more on their insurance claim than those who try and go it alone.