Associate in Claims

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Associate in Claims

A professional certification indicating one has expertise in the processing of insurance claims. In general, one only pursues an AIC after several years in the insurance industry. In order to earn certification, one must complete four courses and pass a test in each. The certification is administered by the Insurance Institute of America.
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On the UK, AIC projected the British economy to grow by 1.
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Cellerier, "We expect that AIC will help Sun Chemical to develop value added solutions for our customers in the area of brand and product protection, secure documents, currency and related segments of the market.
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A body within ACA that provides specialized services to one of the special interest groups, such as AIC or RAC.