PCI At Work View all
Trends Threaten Motorists, Pedestrians, Consumers
PCI is working with policymakers, industry leaders, and consumers to protect motorists and pedestrians and keep insurance costs stable. more >
House Passage of H.R. 2901
PCI applauds the House passage of H.R. 2901, the Flood Insurance Market Parity and Modernization Act. more >
Auto Body Repair Regulations
The California Department of Insurance begins hearings on proposed auto body repair regulations. more >
National Day of Action
PCI urges communities to prepare for hazards that could impact them as part of America’s PrepareAthon. more >
Advice for Texas Flood Victims
Following this weekend’s major rainstorms in Texas, PCI offers tips to begin the recovery process. more >
Advice for Texas Hail Victims
As Texas communities deal with the cleanup from violent weather, PCI offers steps to recovery. more >
Maryland Bill Could Increase Costs
House Bill 667 and Senate Bill 553 could hurt Maryland drivers by potentially increasing the cost of insurance. more >
Amendments Could Delay Noah's Law
PCI urges Maryland legislature to allow Noah’s Law to keep drunk drivers off the street. more >
Rideshare Legislation Signed
Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant signed HB 1381, which closes the insurance coverage gaps associated with ridesharing. more >
Distracted Driving
With an increase in motor vehicle crashes and fatalities, PCI is supporting a campaign to stop distracted driving. more >
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Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE) addresses attendees at PCI Legislative Action Day in Washington, D.C. For more, see the event highlights page.
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CEO Alert: Legislative Action Day 
PCI President and CEO David A. Sampson discusses the significance of Legislative Action Day.

PCI Testifies: Insurance Scoring in Alaska
PCI testified before the Alaska House Labor and Commerce Committee in support of SB 127.

Seminars View all
NFIP 80x71The National Flood Conference, May 15-18, in Washington, D.C., will feature the latest information of value to agents, insurers, underwriters, legal and claims professionals, floodplain managers, lenders and flood servicers. In addition, there will be breakout sessions tailored to three separate tracks: Marketing/Training/Agents, Claims/Legal and Lenders.

ACIC 27th Annual General Counsel Seminar
July 26-28, 2016 | The Encore | Las Vegas, NV

Investment Seminar
September 11-13, 2016 | Hyatt Regency Tamaya | Albuquerque, NM

Northeast General Counsel Seminar
September 19-20, 2016 | The Ritz-Carlton | Philadelphia, PA
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