Proceeds from the event benefited FAPIAs political action committee, PAs for the Insuring Public.
FAPIAs past President, Don Phillips said, "Public adjusters for the Insuring Public supports elected officials and candidates who share our concerns on the insurance issues facing insured Floridians.
"Harvey was truly a champion for FAPIA and the public adjusting industry, and his leadership and input will be greatly missed," says Keys.
FAPIA has worked to ensure only honest adjusters work in the state, he continued.
Wolfman became president of FAPIA at the association's May conference in Orlando.
FAPIA has worked to change that in order to reduce the fodder for critics and bring more respectability to honest public adjusters.
Of those, FAPIA estimates that about 700 are actually practicing and about 400 are members of FAPIA.
In the meantime, FAPIA will continue to get those public adjusters giving the profession a bad name out of the business.
says public adjusters exist to make sure homeowners get fair compensation from their insurers, the insurance industry doesn't necessarily see it that way.