Welcome to the CIAA Website

The Canadian Independent Adjusters’ Association is a globally recognized membership organization for Independent property and casualty claims adjusting companies. CIAA provides leadership for Canada’s Independent Insurance Adjusters by:

  • Setting Standards for professional and ethical claims handling
  • Advancing Expertise through continuing professional development opportunities
  • Raising Professional Status through the only designations exclusively distinguishing independent loss adjusters. CLA/FCLA/FCIAA are nationally recognized benchmarks defining competency, knowledge, skills and experience distinct from the already demanding requirements mandatory in attaining a full independent adjusters’ license
  • Sharing Knowledge through a community of over 1500 individual members
  • Representing & Promoting common business interests of licensed independent insurance adjusters in Canada to government, industry and the public on a provincial, regional and national level.
Events Calendar
Find Out More about upcoming CIAA and industry events.


04/17/2024 CIAA Canadian Claims Summit June 25, 2024 – SAVE THE DATE!

CIAA Claims Summit 2024 – SAVE THE DATE... [Full Story]


2024 CICMA CIAA Atlantic Joint Conference – REGISTRATION FORM 2024 CICMA CIAA Atlantic Joint Conference – FINAL AGENDA... [Full Story]

02/13/2024 2024 CICMA CIAA Atlantic Joint Conference – SAVE THE DATE!

The CICMA/CIAA Atlantic Joint Conference is being held May 29th – May 31st, 2024 at Digby Pines. Please see attached... [Full Story]

Industry News

05/23/2024 B.C. mayor hopes wildfire evacuees can return to Fort Nelson early next week

Fort Nelson, B.C. — The mayor of the regional municipality that includes Fort Nelson, B.C., that was evacuated due to a... [Full Story]

05/23/2024 How property lines are shaping up

Although capacity and appetite are bouncing back, Canadian insurers remain picky when it comes to selecting risk, particularly in the... [Full Story]

05/23/2024 What Canada’s P&C industry could pay for NatCats in 2038

If the world misses its targets for limiting global temperatures, Canada’s property and casualty industry could wind up paying 50%... [Full Story]

Group of Young CIAA Members