The American Policyholder Association (APA) is holding its annual Membership Summit week at the Magnolia Hotel in Denver, Colorado. Doug Quinn, the APA’s Executive Director, is dogged in his unrelenting drive to show where policyholders are being harmed as a result of fraud and unfair practices by insurers. Doug was a victim of this abuse from Superstorm Sandy and decided to do something about the problem.

Here is the agenda, which starts with a reception for the Colorado Attorney General:

Did you see where yours truly is speaking next Thursday? I have been working on a presentation that will keep the audience very engaged. Attorneys, public adjusters, and contractors will all learn something from it—or I guarantee you will get ten times your money back!**

The mission of the APA is clear:

The American Policyholder Association is a nonprofit 501c4 watchdog organization that promotes integrity, honesty and best practices in the property loss adjustment sector of the insurance industry.

The APA is comprised of property owner policyholders, nonprofit organizations, and advocates whose mission it is to provide aid to property owners seeking benefits at the time of loss.

If you are a member, you should attend. The price is right.

Call 303-607-9000 to get in APA Room Block & email to confirm attendance.

Thought For The Day

Our prime purpose in this life is to help others. And if you can’t help them, at least don’t hurt them.
—Dalai Lama
** That’s because the conference is free for members!