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Public Insurance Adjuster Bill Passes PA House 197-0


The Pennsylvania House of Representatives voted unanimously on June 29th, 2010 to approve new legislation that would strengthen the license of a Public Insurance Adjuster. AAPIA was one of the stakeholders at the table representing all Public Insurance Adjusters in The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Other interested parties at the table: MAPIA, NAPIA, Department of Insurance, Insurance Federation of Pennsylvania and both Executive Directors of the House Insurance Committees, Mr. Arthur McNulty, Esq., Executive Director of The House Democratic Committee and Ms Kathy McCormac, Executive Director of the Republican House Insurance Committee.

Throughout the lengthy process Mr. McNulty insured all discussions were open and completely debated by all interested parties.

The Bill HB 2370 now moves on to the Pennsylvania Senate Chamber for their review and consideration before the end of the 193rd Legislative Session November 30, 2010 or as known as Sine Die, the last day the legislature can take action on any Bill.

The Bill calls for many favorable reforms that were needed since current law has not been updated in 27 years Circa 1983.

AAPIA will report on the language as it appears in a separate report from our legal counsel Ms Holly Soffer that we will place soon on our web site