In 1914, our forefathers possessed the ingenuity to create the New York Claim Association, Inc. as a not-for-profit organization with a clear vision of what the future would hold.
George C. Taft, one of our founders, worked for Employers Liability Insurance Company during his presidency (1914-1916). One of the central purposes of our formation was to institute a forum where insurance professionals could gather to discuss critical issues about claim matters relating to all lines of coverage. This mission remains with us today as we navigate ever-changing laws and procedures that govern our specialty.
Every president has wholeheartedly committed to providing cutting-edge continuing education that embraces a variety of influential topics presented by industry thought leaders. While insurance companies were the initial drivers of NYCA, the claims industry continues to evolve and embrace the diversity of memberships we serve today. This inclusivity will be fostered as we continue growing and developing as an organization