Dues and Fees

Dues and Fees

Founded in 2009, TAPIA growing its membership. Its inaugural meeting was held in Houston, Texas in October 2009 and has been well received by public insurance adjusters. Only public insurance adjusters licensed in Texas are eligible for membership. In addition to the licensing requirement, individuals must meet any requirements set forth by TAPIA and its membership as well as abide by the TAPIA Code of Professional Conduct and Ethics.

Annual membership dues are as follows:

Full Member – $500

The membership fee is for an individual membership. There is no limit to the number of members your firm may sign up.

Periodic fees may be levied for additional services such as continuing education classes, conferences, and promotional items.

In order to be considered for membership in this important non-profit organization of Texas public insurance adjusters, Download a membership application or join online and submit it for consideration.

Pay dues for membership $500


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Associate Member – $2500

Associate Members: Individuals, Partnerships and corporations not engaged to any extent in the profession of Public Insurance Adjusting are eligible for Associate Membership.
Periodic fees may be levied for additional services such as continuing education classes, conferences, and promotional items.

In order to be considered for membership in this important non-profit organization of Texas public insurance adjusters, Download a Associate membership application or join online and submit it for consideration.

Pay dues for membership $2500


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    Typical Claims Handled by Texas Public Insurance Adjusters
    Public insurance adjusters in Texas handle all types of insurance claims including:
    • Hurricane losses
    • Hail storm losses
    • Tornado losses
    • Flooding
    • Fires
    • Wind damage
    • Water damage
    • Smoke damage
    • Vandalism
    • Civil unrest
    • Earthquake losses
    • Building collapse
    • Explosions
    • Vandalism
    • Theft
    In addition to the many types of insurance losses covered, public insurance adjusters also help with losses associated with covered business losses such as:
    • Builders’ risk
    • Business income
    • Electrical and mechanical breakdowns
    • Leasehold interest