TIIAA members are the most qualified adjusting personnel in Texas due to experience and training.
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR FULL & PROVISIONAL TIIAA MEMBERSHIP
Memberships are all firm memberships, requiring the owner and all adjusting personnel to abide by TIIAA By-Laws.
FULL MEMBERSHIP: Must have adjusted insurance losses for a period of not less than five (5) years prior to the date of application and have operated an independent adjusting firm for not less than three (3) years.
PROVISIONAL MEMBERSHIP: Must have adjusted insurance losses for a period of not less than five (5) years prior to the date of the application and have operated an independent adjusting firm for not less than one (1) year. Will become full voting member by three-fourths (3/4) majority vote of the members when the three (3) year period of maintaining an active independent office has been reached. No further application is required. Provisional members may attend all meetings but may not vote.
Prospective members must complete a written application and pay an application fee which is not refundable. A poll is made of the membership, after which the application is sent to the Membership Committee for review and, if necessary, further investigation. Final vote is made by the Board of Directors. Processing of the application takes about three (3) months.
Fiscal year of the Association runs from April 1 through March 31 each year. Dues are $300 for each home office, $150 for each branch office, $75 for each resident adjuster and $15 for each adjuster, including the owner. Secretarial or other office employees are not assessed.
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GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR INSURANCE INDUSTRY TIIAA MEMBERSHIP
Insurance Industry Members must abide by TIIAA By-Laws.
Insurance industry members shall be accorded by a majority vote of the Board of Directors on such terms and under such conditions that may be established by the Board of Directors. Insurance industry members may include the following: employed by an insurance company, agent, self insurer, regulator, active or retired person of the insurance industry and having a license issued by the State Board of Insurance; individual third party administrator; associate risk manager; Catastrophe Adjusters and Industry Vendors/Sponsors.
Insurance industry members shall receive copies of all publications and directories issued by the Association, a listing in the annual directory and web site and may attend any educational & social seminar sponsored by the TIIAA but not the business meetings.
Insurance industry members will have no voting privileges.
Fiscal year of the Association runs from April 1 through March 31 each year. Dues are $300 for each Insurance Industry Membership