Anita Taff and the entire GAPIA public adjuster Board of Directors should be congratulated for their success. I have the pleasure and the frustration of being in many different geographic areas where public adjuster organizations are having difficulties maintaining cohesiveness within their ranks. This is a relatively new development because just getting organized as a state entity is new for most public adjuster organizations.
Georgia public adjusters have a very positive energy about making public adjusting a better profession and accepting many new public adjusters and firms into the fold. They invite diverse views. People running for the Department of Insurance position even show up to speak. They are relevant and one of the best public adjuster conferences I have attended was in Atlanta, Georgia yesterday.