There's Strength in Numbers
For more than 100 years, NICB has partnered with the insurance industry, law enforcement and others to identify opportunities for battling insurance crime. We currently have more than 1,200 member property-casualty insurance companies, who collectively wrote in excess of $530 billion in premiums in 2020. Our members represent 95% of the nation’s personal auto insurance premiums and 82% of all property-casualty insurance premiums.
Member Engagement = Greater Member Value
Greater utilization of NICB services leads to more powerful results in fighting insurance crime and a higher return on NICB investment for members. Working with our staff, NICB membership directors conduct ongoing outreach efforts to boost awareness of all member benefits and services and encourage our members to take full advantage of all that NICB has to offer.
Together with NICB staff from each of our three pillars, our membership directors arrange valuable one-on-one meetings with member companies to help analyze their fraud-fighting needs, review their use of NICB products and services, and ensure appropriate ongoing follow-up.
Membership Satisfaction is Key to Our Success
To ensure that we are staying true to our mission and meeting our members’ needs, NICB conducts periodic member satisfaction surveys that solicit in-depth feedback and suggestions. NICB staff follows up personally with individuals who include contact information to let them know we are listening and welcome their comments.
View how an NICB membership can enhance your organization's insurance fraud and theft capabilities.
Who Can Join?
All insurance companies licensed, and in the business of writing insurance, in any of the following jurisdictions:
- Any of the 50 states of the United States;
- The District of Columbia;
- Puerto Rico;
- The Virgin Islands;
- The insular possessions of the United States.
Access to the ISO ClaimSearch® database is required to become an Active Member.
*No Active Member, which is or may hereafter be affiliated with, owned or controlled by, operated in the same interest or under any direct, mutual or common management with any other company (or companies) engaged in the business of writing insurance (an "Affiliate") may remain an Active Member unless each such Affiliate also is or immediately becomes an Active Member (unless otherwise determined by NICB’s President after taking into consideration the equities and fairness to the Active Member and the membership of the application of this By-Law). All Active Members that are Affiliates of one another are treated as one member for all voting right purposes.
Associate Members have all rights and privileges of membership except they do not have voting rights.
Associate membership is open to non-insurance company entities or organizations such as:
- Auto rental companies;
- Auto auction companies;
- Vehicle finance companies/financial institutions; and,
- Other organizations as may be approved by the NICB Board of Governors.
Strategic Partners include organizations that are not eligible for Active or Associate membership, but have a strong interest in working collaboratively with NICB to put a stop to insurance fraud and theft.
Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice and Regulatory Agencies
Law enforcement, criminal justice and regulatory agencies inquiring about access to NICB and insurance information should contact NICB Technical Support at 800.447.6282, ext. 7003 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
See the Law Enforcement section for more information on NICB services for law enforcement.