Who We Are
Windstorm Insurance Network (WIND) is a professional member association and annual conference founded in 1999 to offer education and industry insight to representatives from all facets of the property/windstorm insurance claims industry. We are the only member association to bring together both defense and policyholder professionals to connect, learn, and engage on important topics in the property/windstorm insurance claims industry.
Why We Do It
Our mission is to help property/windstorm insurance claims professionals better connect, learn, and engage with one another. Our goal is to provide a positive environment for all property/windstorm insurance claims professionals to share knowledge, industry insight, and helpful information to further develop networking opportunities and strengthen industry relationships.
What We Do
The annual Windstorm Insurance Conference is held each January/early February. This annual event draws 1,000 windstorm/property insurance claims industry representatives for three days of professional development, continuing education, and networking opportunities.
Join hundreds of windstorm claims industry professionals to discuss current trends and recent developments in the windstorm and property insurance industry.
The annual Windstorm Insurance (WIND) Conference provides a forum for review and discussion of windstorm and related property insurance claims issues. It is the only conference of its kind solely focusing on property/windstorm insurance claim issues and is geared to the many different levels and professions in the industry.
Representatives from all segments of the windstorm insurance claims industry attend WIND to address the impact of past hurricane seasons and important property and windstorm insurance claims issues.
In addition to professional development and networking, the conference offers continuing education credits for numerous states, bar associations, and professional designations.
WIND 2018 attracted 1,000 registrants for three days of professional development, networking and continuing education.
WIND Conference attendees are comprised of professionals from all facets of the windstorm claims industry, including those whose day-to-day responsibilities are directed toward windstorm and property insurance issues.
You'll meet senior to mid-level claims professionals such as independent claims adjusters, staff and company adjusters and policyholder representatives.
- Licensed insurance claims adjusters (company, independent, public adjusters)
- Claims Investigators
- Claims Supervisors
- Insurance Carrier Personnel
- Governmental Agency Employees
- Forensic Accountants and CPAs
- Attorneys (Defense and Policyholder)
- General Contractors
- Restoration and Construction Consultants
- Property Insurance Umpires
- Industry Consultants
- Industry Service Providers
"I appreciate the opportunity to hear the other side’s point of view and foster relationships that make it easier to work together when there is a dispute on an actual claim. The panels also point out weaknesses on each side so that those who attend are less likely to hold on to untenable positions. In the end, this benefits our mutual goals of serving our policyholders by resolving their claims more quickly.”
“What is the value of being a member of Windstorm? There is tremendous value in knowing who is who and who is doing what throughout our industry. Windstorm is a unique platform which bringing a large cross section of practitioners together….”
With a diverse group of insurance professionals, the WIND conference provides unique views on current industry topics. The conference provides the venue for open dialogue between opposing sides. WIND has been beneficial to me and our great team.
Check out Past WIND Events
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2018 Windstorm Insurance Conference Recap
2017 Windstorm Insurance Conference Recap
2016 Windstorm Insurance Conference Recap
2015 Windstorm Insurance Conference Recap
2014 Windstorm Insurance Conference Recap
2013 Windstorm Insurance Conference Recap
2012 Windstorm Insurance Conference Recap
2011 Windstorm Insurance Conference Recap
Conference Recap History