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Clay Morrison becomes President of the National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters | Property Insurance Law Team Blog



Clay and Ruth Morrison are wonderful people. Clay became chairman of the National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters (NAPIA) last night at NAPIA’s annual Texan-themed meeting.

I first wrote about Clay and Ruth Morrison in a 2010 post, Membership in professional organizations helps a small public adaptation company to achieve a great result.

Clay Morrison is a public insurance adjuster who previously owned a restaurant business. His biggest customer was State Farm. Clay is now president of Morrison & Morrison, Inc. His public office is based in League City, Texas and the like, for many public adjustments include the business family ̵

1; the “other” Morrison is Clay’s wife, Ruth, a Texas lawyer and corporate lawyer for the firm .

Morrison decided to become a public insurance adjuster when he was “urged” by a major insurance company to go against his ethical standards and change the way he did business. Morrison’s article, published in the NAPIA Summer Bulletin, describes the closed-door meeting he was invited to with a higher-level claims manager who made a request for Morrison to help State Farm.

Inquiry:

“We refer a lot of restoration businesses to you and we need your help to correct the consumer rights mentality.”

Morrison declined State Farm’s request, but his very successful restoration business was quickly shut down.

Morrison is now a public insurance adjuster, a member of the NAPIA board, secretary of the Texas Association of Public Insurance Adjusters (TAPIA), a FAPIA member and a Windstorm Network certified judge.

Morrison explains that even as a small operator of his own public adaptation company, he found it very important and beneficial to be a member of professional training programs. Morrison acknowledges the cost of being active in several associations, but explains his two reasons for going the extra mile and spending the extra dollar.

In his speech of thanks, Morrison noted that 97% of public adaptation companies have one to three members. He would not be there without his lawyer wife Ruth Morrison. After Hurricane Ike in 2008, Ruth decided to introduce me to Galveston Judge Susan Criss, who was appointed to preside over the Hurricane Ike trials in Galveston and the Bolivian Peninsula. I think the introduction helped organize a process about Hurricane Ike, which was noted in a post from 2009, Hurricane Ike Insurance Disputes is organized in Galveston.

Ruth noted in her speech that Clay is a “born leader” largely because he throws his passion into whatever he decides to accomplish. For example, he is not only a certified judge and valuer, he is a former president of the Insurance Appraisal and Umpire Association (IAUA.) Clay leads by example and holds The Institutes Designation as a Senior Professional Public Adjuster (CPPA.)

Scott DeLuise, Chip Merlin and Tim Woodard

Clay Morrison has played a part with the Texas theme at NAPIA’s annual convention. It was very fun. The photo above with former President Scott DeLuise, me and Secretary Tim Woodard showing three examples of Texas formal attire. Morrison is a very proud Texan and even more proud of his Texas A&M Aggie-educated children.

NAPIA’s leadership is in good hands with a person full of passion to do the right thing and help people in their time of need.

Today’s thoughts

In ordinary Texas talk, it’s doing the right thing.
– Ross Perot


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