At Work View all
House Advances TRIA
The bipartisan vote is a positive step forward to ensure TRIA is in place without disruption to the marketplace and consumers. more >
Renters Need to Prepare Financially
When natural disasters strike, renters — just like homeowners — face the prospects of devastating damage. more >
House Votes to Protect Insurers
The legislation prevents federal prosecution when engaging in the business of insurance in states that have legalized cannabis. more >
U.S. - Japan Digital Trade Agreement
APCIA commends U.S. and Japanese negotiators for working to ensure an agreement includes data access and storage provisions. more >
Advice for Tropical Depression Imelda
APCIA urges individuals to take precautions to protect themselves and their belongings from flooding. more >
International Capital Standard
APCIA president and CEO David A. Sampson details why the International Capital Standard must recognize the U.S. insurance system. more >
Prepare for Natural Catastrophes
APCIA offers important tips for residents to encourage financial preparedness for catastrophes. more >
Before the Storm Strikes
Insurers urge homeowners and renters to take a careful inventory of all their home’s contents. more >
Labor Day Weekend
Labor Day weekend marks the final stretch of the 100 deadliest driving days of the year. more >
Peak Hurricane Season
APCIA offers tips for residents and business owners to help them prepare before a storm hits. more >
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Conferences View all
General James Mattis General James Mattis is a former Secretary of Defense and retired marine general. One of the preeminent leaders of his generation, he will speak at the Executive Roundtable Conference, February 9-11, 2020, in Tucson.

Emerging Leaders Conference
February 23-25, 2020 | Kimpton Hotel Van Zandt | Austin, TX

Human Resources Conference
April 26-28, 2020 | The Westin | Hilton Head, SC

Legislative Action Day
May 13, 2020 | Washington, D.C.
Wildfire season is not over. High risk states should stay prepared. Visit APCIA's Wildfire Headquarters for more information.