Press Releases

Press Releases

Claims Adjusting Community Stands Ready to Help Victims of California’s Recent Wildfires   
SEPT 8, 2020

The Association of Claims Professionals(ACP) today issued the following statement regarding the recent series of wildfires in California.

ACP Commends New York Bills to Modernize State Insurance Code   
AUGUST 15, 2020

The Association of Claims Professionals (ACP) today praised the introduction of two bills in the New York State Assembly that would cut consumer costs and streamline the claims adjusting process.

ACP Submits Amicus Brief to New Jersey District Court Concerning Independent Adjuster Duty of Care   
JULY 15, 2020

The Association of Claims Professionals (ACP) recently submitted an amicus brief to the U.S. District Court for New Jersey outlining its perspectives on the Court’s recent ruling in Hankins v Crawford concerning independent adjuster’s duty of care to claimants.

ACP Respond to Requests for Comment on the Modified Proposed California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) Regulations    
FEB 26, 2020

The Association of Claims Professionals (ACP) is pleased to respond to requests for comment on the modified proposed California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) regulations and writes to recommend one adjustment to the regulations to provide greater consistency and clarity to the Act’s application and to avoid consumer confusion over potential conflict with other California laws.

ACP Submits Comments on Proposed California Consumer Privacy Act Regulations   
JAN 2, 2020

The Association of Claims Professionals (ACP), in a written response to the California Department of Justice’s proposed regulations regarding the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), outlined its concerns and offered suggestions for improving the proposed regulations to minimize consumer confusion and conflicts with other laws.

Association of Claims Professionals Applauds Bipartisan Bill to Require Uniform Licensing for Independent Claims Adjusters    
JUL 26, 2019

CLAIMS Act Aims to Eliminate Barriers to Claims Adjusting by requiring states to adopt uniform and reciprocal licensing laws

New Report Shows Reducing Barriers in Insurance Markets Would Benefit Consumers, Expand Job Opportunities   
FEB 7, 2018

Report examines unnecessary costs of duplicative licensing laws, highlights need for reciprocity across states

“Independent Claims Professionals” Community to Play Significant Role in Helping with Hurricane Harvey Recovery   
SEPT 6, 2017

Teams of claims adjusters fan out across Texas Gulf region – many armed with on-site processing capabilities – to help process billions of dollars in insurance claims for Harvey damages.

Association of Claims Professionals Commends Introduction of the Bipartisan CLAIM Act in Congress to Eliminate Insurance Claims Barriers   
July 25, 2017

The Association of Claims Professionals (ACP) commends the introduction of the Claims Licensing Advancement for Interstate Matters (CLAIM) Act H.R. 3363 in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Independent Claims Adjusters Handle Millions of New Claims Annually Worth $45 Billion   
FEB 8, 2017

New industry survey for first time quantifies size and scope of independent claims adjusting industry

CLAIM Act HR 2156 Re-introduced in 113th Congress!    
May 28, 2013

AAICP Applauds Congressman Fincher for Introduction of Important Legislation AAICP

Claims Adjusters Applaud Leadership of Congressman Stephen Fincher   
Sep 29, 2012

Urges Bipartisan Support for CLAIM Act – H.R. 6415 AAICP

AAICP Statement for the Record   
June 21, 2006

House Financial Services Committee, Subcommittee on Capital Markets, Insurance and Government Sponsored Enterprises Hearing on “Commercial Insurance Modernization”