Professional Insurance Agents of North Carolina is an association positioned to meet the needs of all insurance agencies. We understand that the industry is changing, and we are willing and excited to change with it. Our goal is to enhance the members’ ability to prosper, to represent the members’ interests and to identify and address consumers’ needs.

A partnership between PIANC and your agency can protect your agency’s legislative interests, provide potential markets, equip you with agency management tools, offer quality continuing education at discounted prices/ free, offer the most competitive E&O rates and the broadest coverage available. We keep your success as our goal.

We invite you to look us over, ask questions, and join us as we work together to make the Agency Marketing System in North Carolina stronger and better.


Nationwide Agents…Do you need E&O coverage before April 2020?

Looking for the most comprehensive and competitive E&O insurance? Look no more.  PIANC membership is not required.

The PIA offers:

  • M. Best A+ Rated Companies
  • Limits up to $10Mil
  • Full Prior Acts Available
  • Coverage for both P&C and L&H
  • Multi-Year ERP Options
  • Coverage for EPLI and Cyber
  • Defense Outside the Limit
  • Diminishing Deductible and much more!

Experience is everything!

Our E&O advisor has over 37 years’ experience in professional liability. She can secure alternative bids for your agency with multiple companies, then walk you through the proposal helping you to compare quotes so you can make an informed decision.

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Risk Management Alert
COVID-19 Pandemic:

How Agents and Producers Should Respond to Coverage Questions
by Thomas Casella, JD, MBA, SCLA
Senior Risk Management Representative

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is an unprecedented event in world history. Federal, state and local governments and businesses of every type – small and large – are grappling with how to respond to this crisis.

During this time of crisis, it is imperative that insurance agents and producers do not make any statements or representations to their clients regarding the potential coverage of a claim. If a client submits a claim to you, the best practice is to simply report the claim to all relevant carriers for that client, and document that the claim was timely submitted. Refraining from making any statements or representations regarding insurance coverage may help an agency mitigate the risk of becoming involved in litigation. Read full article…