New England Association of Insurance Fraud Investigators

P.O.Box 154

Manomet, MA 02345

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©2019 by New England Association of Insurance Fraud Investigators.

REGULAR MEMBER CRITERIA

Membership as a “Full Member” shall include individuals employed to investigate or assist in the investigation of insurance fraud and arson, and shall be limited to the following:

    1. Full-time Special Investigations Unit (“SIU”) employees.

    2. Any employee of the National Insurance Crime Bureau, Insurance Fraud Bureau of Massachusetts or the equivalent government entity in the states of Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine.

    3. Any full-time employee of a Federal, State or municipal law enforcement or fire agency.

 

Membership shall be granted at the discretion of the Board of Directors.  New Members shall require sponsorship by at least one active member. The yearly dues for members meeting the above criteria is $30.

ASSOCIATE MEMBER CRITERIA

An Associate Member shall include:

An “Associate Member” shall include:

  1. An applicant who does not meet the qualifications of full members, but who meets one of the following definitions, 2. through 5. below.

  2. Attorneys whose practice is to defend insurance companies against or to prosecute insurance fraud.

  3. Vendors whose primary business is to assist in the investigation of insurance fraud.

  4. Those employed by an insurance company or state automobile insurance plan who are involved primarily in or assist with the SIU of said company.

  5. Individuals whose primary responsibility is to investigate claims that are associated with insurance fraud.

The applicant for Associate Membership agrees to release, indemnify and forever hold harmless the New England Association of Insurance Fraud Investigators and any of its officers, directors, representatives, employees and/or agents from any and all claims, demands, damages, losses, liabilities, actions, causes of action, suits, accounts, attorney’s fees, covenants, contracts and agreements whatsoever of every name and nature based upon the disclosure of information or dissemination of materials during NEAIFI meetings, including, but not limited to, claims of libel, slander or defamation.  The applicant agrees to maintain confidentiality of any statements made and materials disseminated at NEAIFI meetings and to hold harmless and indemnify NEAIFI and its officers, directors, representatives and/or employees and to hold harmless and indemnify NEAIFI and its officers, directors, representatives, employees and/or agents from any and all claims, demands or actions from any statements made by the applicant prior to, at, after or in any way connected with information or materials disseminated at any NEAIFI meeting.  Upon signing this application, the applicant acknowledges that any and all communications and materials discussed and/or disseminated at NEAIFI meetings remain confidential and agrees to indemnify NEAIFI for any damages resulting from the disclosure of same by applicant.