Knowing your public adjuster has affiliations and certifications from independent and nationally recognized organizations greatly improves your ability to judge their professionalism and ability to provide professional and accurate advice and assistance to policyholders, carriers and contractors during the claims process.

I am a member in good standing of a national and regional Public Insurance Adjuster Association whose links are below:

I am certified by the following organizations and have provided links to the homepages and individual criteria:

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IICRC – Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification
Register Number 213543

As of Jan 2015 I became a Certified WIND Appraiser and in Feb 15, made application for and was selected to be a Certified WIND Umpire. Link to the designations are below:

http://windnetwork.com/wind-appraiserumpire-program/wind-certified-appraiser/

windnetwork.com/wind-certified-umpire-program/umpire-directory-application/

The Educational Association for Windstorm Insurance Claims Industry Professionals®

Windstorm Insurance Network, Inc. (WIND) ® is the only professional organization exclusively dedicated to educating its members on issues of significance to the insurance industry and related professional fields, arising from windstorms and wind-related natural disasters.

WIND’s mission is to offer insight and education to individuals and groups employed or otherwise involved in all aspects of windstorm insurance claims.

Created in 1999, WIND® is an effective vehicle for professionals to familiarize themselves with critical issues related to wind insurance claims, and to remain current and knowledgeable on developments and trends in this ever-changing industry.

I have previously held, but let expire the following certifications: