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Sites of Interest to NYIA Members

New York Insurance Scholarship Foundation
The New York Insurance Scholarship Foundation, Inc. was established to recognize and support individuals pursuing a degree in insurance or risk management. Scholarships are awarded annually to individuals who embody the qualities necessary to excel in the insurance industry.

New York Alliance Against Insurance Fraud
Cooperative effort by insurance companies in New York to educate the state’s insurance consumers about the costs of insurance fraud, the many forms it can take and what they can do to help fight back

Insurance Information Institute
Provides facts and assistance free of charge to the media, individuals and organizations.

New York State Department of Financial Services
Responsible for supervising and regulating all insurance and banking business in New York State.

National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC)
Organization of insurance regulators from the 50 states, the District of Columbia and the four U.S. territories.

NYS Assembly
State Legislature

NYS Senate
State Legislature

New York Compensation Insurance Rating Board
New York’s official organization for the collection of data and development of workers compensation rates.

Property Casualty Insurers Association of America (PCIAA)
National property/casualty insurance trade association.

National Association of Mutual Insurers (NAMIC)
National property/casualty insurance trade association.

Reinsurance Association of America (RAA)
National trade association of property and casualty reinsurers.

American Association of Insurance Services (AAIS)
National insurance advisory organization based in suburban Chicago www.AccidentTax.com
The Property Casualty Insurers Association of America (PCI) has launched a new Web site, www.AccidentTax.com. The site is designed to build public awareness and mobilize opposition to the practice of municipalities charging fees when police or fire department personnel respond to a traffic accident. The site serves as an informational resource on this issue, provides a national perspective, local news and offers an interactive sounding board for those who have been adversely affected by the practice. In addition we have included a grassroots component on the site that allows the public to contact state or local elected officials as well as the media.