IIAN & IIABA - Representing the Independent Agent's Interest
The Independent Insurance Agents of Nebraska represents independent agents by proactively influencing legislation on issues affecting our industry. Professional legislative representation and the association staff continually network with members to develop and introduce new laws and advocate IIAN's position on relevant legislation. Examples of IIAN's past leadership in Nebraska include:
Agent licensing Laws
Pre-licensing and Continuing Education Laws
Worker's Compensation Reform
Please click on "State Legislators" on the drop-down menu under "Advocacy" for the latest IIAN Unicameral Update.
IIABA is renowned for its effectiveness on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. and continues to be recognized as one of Washington's top lobbying groups. Backed by a formidable grassroots program made up of 6,500 key contact agents, IIABA has played a role in shaping legislation in areas including insurance regulation, crop insurance, tax reform, and health/managed care reform. IIABA’s government affairs team works on a bipartisan basis—through lobbying, hands-on grassroots activities and media outreach—to educate lawmakers on legislative issues critical to independent insurance agents and brokers.
2012 Legislative issues: Where does IIABA stand? Here is a brochure to let you know; click here to download it.
Nebraska Insurance Department/Industry
IIAN maintains a close working relationship with the Nebraska Insurance Department, ISO, NCCI and insurance companies in an effort to provide a united voice in advocating policies and changes which best serve the needs of our members and insurance consumers. These open channels of communication continue to foster increased support for Big "I" programs and member needs.