Swerling Milton Winnick Public Insurance Adjusters, Inc. Leadership Members Accept Officer Positions with MAPIA


Hats off to Swerling Milton Winnick’s very own Diane Swerling and Mindi Labella, who recently had the honor of being appointed to officer positions with the Massachusetts Association of Public Insurance Adjusters (MAPIA), the state organization charged with representing professional public insurance adjusters throughout Massachusetts. Diane will assume the role of MAPIA Vice President, while Mindi will serve as MAPIA’s Treasurer.

Both Diane and Mindi have committed to serving one-year terms in these statewide leadership positions. Diane has previously served as Treasurer of MAPIA, and as President of the National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters (NAPIA), the national organization representing public insurance adjusters. Diane also served as a member of the NAPIA Board of Directors from 2016-2018.

The appointments were announced at MAPIA’s annual meeting and education seminar, held on September 27 at the Boston Marriott.

During the seminar portion of the meeting, MAPIA members had an interactive session led by attorneys Tony Antonellis, Chris Reilly and Brendan Labbe of Sloane and Walsh LLP, one of New England’s leading litigation law firms. Attorneys Antonellis, Reilly, and Labbe provided property insurance law updates such as maintaining heat, examinations under oath, proofs of loss, collapse, reference, BI/EE claims, subrogation, and much more.

The entire Swerling Milton Winnick team congratulates Diane and Mindi on this hard-earned recognition. We’re looking forward to a very productive year for MAPIA!

If you’ve had a fire, flood or other property loss resulting in an insurance claim, and need a public insurance adjuster in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, New England or anywhere in the U.S. or Caribbean, call Swerling Milton Winnick. We are the oldest and largest public adjusting firm in New England, and our team of experts will give you personalized, 24/7 attention to successfully resolve your residential or business insurance claim.