The Society of General Adjusters

Professionalism, Dedication
& Integrity

The Society of General Adjusters, an association of professionals, was founded upon the premise to afford its members the opportunity to better serve the adjusting community at large.

About The Society of General Adjusters

What is The Society?

The Society of General Adjusters establishes and administers the criteria by which professional claims adjusters can qualify to receive the Certified General Adjuster (CGA) designation, which formally recognizes their professional achievements in education, professional ethics, dedication, experience and years of service in the industry.

As a member of The Society, you will enjoy the opportunity to network with other experienced adjusters in the all fields. Your designation as a CGA documents your knowledge and skill in adjusting. Carriers will know that you have a strong commitment to accurate, thorough and quality work. The CGA is the only formally recognized designation for adjusters to recognize experience and expertise.

The Society

The Society of General Adjusters, an association of adjustment industry professionals, was founded upon the premise to afford its members the opportunity to better serve the adjusting community at large.

Certified General Adjuster (CGA) Designation

The Society is the only organization to provide the "Certified General Adjuster" (CGA) designation, recognizing those who qualify, separating them from the self-appointed general adjusters.

Certified Flood General Adjuster (CFGA) Designation

The Society offers a special designation for flood adjusters, "Certified Flood General Adjuster" (CFGA). This designation recognizes those adjusters who not only are a Certified General Adjuster, but also meet those criteria specializing in Flood claims (both NFIP and private flood).

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Become a member today!

Membership is open to all who qualify or by invitation from an existing member in good standing. Exemptions are made for those who demonstrate a special ability and/or experience that has been recognized by The Society.

Membership, upon approval, is a one time payment. Members are deemed life members!

The Society of General Adjusters > FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Qualification for the CGA Designation and membership in The Society must be approved by the Board of Directors. Depending on the applicant’s qualifications, the process can take 7 to 10 days.

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Please use the contact form below and a member of The Society team will be happy to assist.