The National Association of Independent Insurance Adjusters was organized in April, 1937, with the hope of achieving the following goals and objectives:
To create dignity and invite a feeling of high regard to the business and profession of independent adjusting.
To cooperate with the insurance industry to the end that a cordial relationship would be fostered and maintained between the independent adjuster and the public.
To guide the activities of those engaged in the independent field to the end that the highest standards be encouraged and maintained.
To collectively conduct themselves so as to protect the business of independent adjusting against any form of activity found to be unjust or detrimental to the insurance industry.
To meet periodically for the purpose of fostering and developing a friendly, cordial and understanding relationship among members by exchanging ideas, discussing mutual problems, attempting to find solutions to matters concerning and affecting both the association and its individual members.
To correlate the various activities of this association in the interest of the profession of insurance adjusting and the public which it serves.
To provide to the companies relying upon the facilities of independent adjusting, a forum for communicating their service needs and challenges.