McNee added, “There are so many benefits to the Variable Rate System, and we need to support it. It’s the only independent market study out there that has anything to do with rates. We can’t depend on the insurance companies to determine our prevailing rates as they will just tell us what they want to pay. We have to stand up for our rights and at the end of the day, there is strength in numbers. Everyone should come to these sessions.”
On May 22, the first VRS seminar will be held in the northern part of the state at the Holiday Inn in Totowa. AASP/NJ will move south on May 23 for the second seminar at the Clarion Hotel and Conference Center in Toms River. Both meetings start at 7:30 P.M. and will include food and beverages. Pre-registration is required and is free for association members; non-members pay $75. To register, call 732-922-8909.
For more information about AASP/NJ and its future events, visit aaspnj.org.