Insurance is something everyone who drives, owns or rents a home or runs a business needs, but how many of us even begin to understand how insurance works or how to use it when we need it the most? The Rocky Mountain Insurance Information Association's full time job is to help consumers, the news media and its partners in safety and loss prevention better understand auto, homeowners and business insurance.
The Rocky Mountain Insurance Information Association is a non-profit insurance communications organization. RMIIA represents property and casualty insurers in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming.
What insurance information do we offer?
Insurance industry and related safety statistics. RMIIA is a resource for state and national data collected by the insurance industry and other research agencies.
Consumer information. RMIIA has information for consumers ranging from how to buy Auto, Home or Business insurance to driving safety tips to steps on homeowner loss prevention. Whether it's auto theft or how to file a claim after a catastrophe, RMIIA provides information that helps walk you through the murky waters of insurance.
Catastrophe damage estimates. RMIIA compiles the overall industry estimates on insured losses and the number of claims filed for catastrophes. A catastrophe, in insurance terms, is an insured natural disaster that causes more than $25 million in damages.
Background & information on insurance issues. RMIIA offers analysis of Insurance Industry issues and can speak to the industry's positions on various subjects. RMIIA is also a resource for experts on insurance topics.
Insurance company point-of-contact. RMIIA can help put consumers and reporters in touch with individual company contacts. For example, after a storm RMIIA can help reporters set up a ride-along with adjusters or sidebar stories.
Insurance industry spokespeople. RMIIA has experts available for media interviews or presentations on insurance and safety-related topics.
Insurance information resource materials. Check out RMIIA's resources page for related links and resources such as crashed car safety exhibits, safety videos and brochures.
If you would like more information about RMIIA, please contact us.