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TAPIA represents the leaders in public adjusting and related fields in Texas. Our members uphold and promote the highest standards in professional and ethical conduct. We are a respected voice for the industry in the Texas Legislature and Texas Department of Insurance.

All members get discounted conference registration, TAPIA news and legislative updates, use of the Association logo, and listing on the TAPIA website. Affiliate and Attorney Affiliate members enjoy increased visibility in the PA community through select sponsorship opportunities and participation in TAPIA events.

How to Apply

  1. Click the link for the appropriate category to download the application.
  2. Print and complete the application.
  3. Return the application by email to TAPIA@mytapia.org. Or send to the mailing address below.
  4. To pay your dues, click the payment button below the application link. Or send a check payable to the Texas Association of Public Insurance Adjusters to the mailing address below. We cannot process your application until we receive your dues.
TAPIA Mailing Address:
Texas Association of Public Insurance Adjusters
1717 W. 6th Street, #220
Austin, TX 78703
Questions? Send email to TAPIA@mytapia.org or call 512-299-6680.

Public Adjuster Member – $500

  • Public Adjuster licensed by the State of Texas.
  • Demonstrates that public adjusting as the primary focus of business.
  • Demonstrates practical knowledge of and compliance with Chapter 4102 (Public Insurance Adjusters) of the Texas Insurance Code, including Subchapter D “Prohibited Conduct,” which defines the ethical and professional standards public adjusters must adhere to in dealing with clients, law firms, contractors, and others in related industries.






Download the Public Adjuster Member Application

Affiliate Member – $2000

  • An individual, partnership, corporation, or nonprofit organization that directly supports the work of public insurance adjusters (e.g. accountant, business insurance provider, data professional, supplier, or other professional that supports the work of public adjusters)
  • Not engaged in the practice of law.
  • Not engaged in the profession of public insurance adjusting.
  • Not licensed as an independent adjuster.
  • Demonstrates practical knowledge of and compliance with Chapter 4102 (Public Insurance Adjusters) of the Texas Insurance Code, including Subchapter D “Prohibited Conduct,” which addresses the ethical and professional standards that define appropriate interaction with public adjusters.





Download the Affiliate Member Application

Attorney Affiliate Member – $2500

  • An individual attorney or a law firm that supports the work of public adjusters.
  • Demonstrates practical knowledge of and compliance with Chapter 4102 (Public Insurance Adjusters) of the Texas Insurance Code, including Subchapter D “Prohibited Conduct,” which addresses the ethical and professional standards that define appropriate interaction with public adjusters.





Download the Attorney Affiliate Member Application

 

How we process membership applications.

  • HURRICANE HARVEY INFO

  • UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Services

    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