SERVING THE CLAIMS ADJUSTING NEEDS OF GREATER KANSAS CITY
The purpose of this not-for-profit organization is to establish the art and craft of claims handling as a profession. In general, the association shall:
Regulate the activities of the members in a manner that will dignify our profession
Help establish standards of conduct and technical ability
Improve adjuster methods
Encourage and foster cordial relationships among our members and others
Promote the general welfare in the handling of claims
Further the fortunes of the members
Founding Members & Our History
The Greater Kansas City Claims Association was founded in January of 2012. The organization was originally the Northeast Chapter of the Kansas Claims Association, which was around for decades in Kansas, but was disbanded in 2009 across the state.
George Waldron, then of Crawford & Company, along with Sonya Drake of Haren Laughlin Restoration banded together to lead a rejuvenation of the NE Chapter of the KCA by moving it from Topeka to Overland Park.
From that humble beginning of a dozen members to a few dozen in 2011, the Board made the decision to remove its association with the completely disbanded KCA and formally changed its name to the Greater Kansas City Claims Association, reaching across the state line into Missouri for the first time.