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.
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CIAA News

07/05/2017 Impressive CIAA Member response helping Fort Mac recover

It’s hard to believe a full year has passed since the devastating Fort McMurray wildfires triggering the costliest insured loss... [Full Story]

03/28/2017 WICC Gold Flame Award

The “Gold Flame Award” is presented to individuals or organizations that have made donations exceeding $5,000 and/or made significant contributions... [Full Story]

03/22/2017 CIAA Editorial Committee Update – March 2017

Download the Editorial Committee Update »... [Full Story]

Industry News

07/25/2017 Insurance Corporation of B.C. financial condition ‘seriously compromised,’ Basic Autoplan needs redesign: EY

The premiums charged by British Columbia’s government-run monopoly provider of basic auto insurance are “not high enough” to cover claims,... [Full Story]

07/25/2017 B.C. ranchers say costs of wildfires likely top hundreds of millions

KAMLOOPS, B.C. – The British Columbia Cattlemen’s Association says wildfires have inflicted a terrible financial and emotional toll on its... [Full Story]

07/25/2017 Changing climate patterns, nat cats affecting electrical grid, Swiss Re and Johns Hopkins study finds

Changing climate patterns are putting additional strain on both power generation and transmission, and presenting another risk factor for natural... [Full Story]

Group of Young CIAA Members