• Am I a member?

    If you’re not sure if you renewed your membership for the current year, you can verify your membership by clicking here and signing in. Once you’ve signed in, you’ll see a badge with your name and your member type on it. If the badge says “prospect”, it means that you’re not currently a member or your membership has lapsed. If your membership has lapsed and you’d like to renew, contact the NASP staff office at 800-574-9961.
  • Is my company a member?

    NASP currently offers memberships only on an individual basis, not company memberships. If you’d like to become a member, please visit the membership page for a complete breakdown of what a NASP membership offers and to join. If your company would like to sponsor you or other employees to become NASP members, please visit the sponsorship page for more information.
  • How can I become a member?

    You can become a member by visiting the membership page and filling out the membership application.
  • I can’t sign-in!

    If you’re unable to login to your account, it is best to reset your password. To do so, please click here. Be sure to enter your full email address as your username.
  • What is my username?

    Your username is your email address.
  • I’m using the information on my membership card to log in, but it’s not working.

    With the relaunch of the website in 2016, the login information on your membership card is no longer usable. To try to access your account, first, reset your password. When you attempt to log in, enter your email address as your username and your new password.
  • I work for a new company now, should I create a new account?

    If you’re unable to access your previous account, there is no need to create a new account. To update the information on your previous account, please email info@subrogation.org or call 800-574-9961.
  • I’m no longer receiving emails from the Listserv.

    As of March 31st of 2016, the Listserv was deactivated. In its place, we added the Member Forum which can be found in the Members’ Only section of the website. Your membership must be up-to-date to be able to access the Members’ Only section and the Member Forum.
  • I would like to pay my invoice online. How do I do that?

    When you receive an email with an invoice from NASP, the payment link will be located at the bottom of the email.
  • I would like to pay my invoice with a check. What is the NASP address?

    Our address is:
    NASP
    Three Robinson Plaza, Suite 130
    6600 Steubenville Pike
    Pittsburgh, PA 15205
  • How do I find an attorney or expert in another state?

    You can find an attorney or an expert in another state by searching the Member Directory. Access to the directory is available only to verified members.
  • I’m only seeing an address or zip code bar when I try to search the directory.

    If you only see an address or zip code bar when you access the member directory, make sure that you are logged in. You can verify that you’re logged in by looking at the top right of the screen. If it says, “Member Login”, it means that you have not yet logged in.
  • I’ve logged in and I still see the address or zip code bar.

    The member directory is compatible with Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Edge. If you’re using an earlier version of Internet Explorer, you may not be able to access the member directory.
  • Where can I find published NASP articles on the website?

    Published articles can be found in the Members’ Only section of the website. Your membership must be up-to-date to be able to access the Members’ Only section.
  • Where can I find previous issues of the Subrogator magazine?

    Previous issues of the Subrogator magazine are available in the Members’ Only section of the website. Your membership must be up-to-date to be able to access the Members’ Only section.
  • What is the cost to attend a webinar?

    Webinars are offered for free to members as a part of their membership benefits. If you are not a member of NASP, the cost to attend is $100.00.
  • Where can I find information regarding the CSRP designation?

    Information about the CSRP can be found under the education tab. Just hover your mouse and an orange drop-down will appear. Then, click on the CSRP Designation link.
  • What Is the cost to matriculate into the CSRP program?

    NASP members: $700.00 Non-NASP members: $1,250
  • How can I send in the CSRP matriculation application?

    You can send the CSRP matriculation application three different ways:
    • Via email: elle.wiernik@subrogation.org
    • Via fax machine: 412-706-7164
    • Or mail to:
    NASP
    Three Robinson Plaza, Suite 130
    6600 Steubenville Pike
    Pittsburgh, PA 15205
  • Where can I find the latest information on Conferences?

    To find the latest information on conferences, hover over the events tab and an orange drop-down will appear. Then, click on the conferences link.
  • Where can I find information on upcoming webinars?

    To find the latest information on webinars, hover over the events tab and an orange drop-down will appear. Then, click on the webinars link.
  • How can I get login information for the NASPCAST app?

    To request login information for NASPCAST, contact rosana.palacios@subrogation.org. Your membership must be up-to-date to have access to NASPCAST.
  • I would like information on exhibiting at a NASP conference.

    For information on the benefits of exhibiting at a NASP conference or to book a booth, please hover over the events tab and an orange drop-down will appear. Then click on the exhibit link.
  • What is the cost to attend the NASP 2018 Subrogation Litigation: Skills and Management Conference?

    On or Before February 12, 2018
    Members: $975
    Non Members: $1,475
    After February 12, 2018
    Members: $1,080
    Non Members: $1,630
  • Can we go to less known cities to cut costs?

    We can, but location, location, location - we must take into consideration the ease of getting to the property and whether people will want to go. NASP’s policy is that all future conference sites must be within 30 minutes from a major airport. And, regardless of whether we’re in Orlando, Omaha or Olympia, all hotels have minimums, or certain commitments, on the number of rooms, the amount spent on food, etc. If you do not meet these minimums, hotels charge a significant penalty.
  • Can we bring in our own food at the receptions?

    Unfortunately, the answer is no. For liability reasons, hotels require that food be purchased, prepared and served by their staff. As you can imagine, food and beverage is our largest expense. Our event planner dissects every menu item, and is successful in substituting some menu items for cheaper options. But some costs that aren't negotiable – such as the $95/ gallon cost for coffee or the $6.50 cost per can of soda. You may have noticed that we’ve switched to iced tea, rather than soda, at some of the breaks, and that bottled water has been replaced with pitchers of ice water. These subtle changes have saved NASP thousands of dollars, without sacrificing the high-quality of the event.
  • Are NASP’s costs the same for both Conferences?

    No, most costs are relative, but we still need to meet the minimums set by the hotel. Some costs are the same, regardless of the number of attendees, like shipping, brochures, signage, advertising/marketing, staff on-site management, etc.
  • What if we don’t contract for sleeping rooms?

    Attendees will pay more to stay at the conference hotel. NASP will incur additional expenses for meeting room rental fees, which can be quite costly. The hotel will not hold a block of rooms for attendees, which may leave some people quite a distance from the conference venue. In short, NASP ends up with higher expenses, many of those attending will pay a higher price for their hotel rooms, and future conference registration fees will be pushed higher.
  • Why does NASP not offer registration refunds after the cut-off date?

    NASP is required to provide hotels with a head count in advance of the meeting. We do so based upon the number of registrants as of a certain date. That means, if NASP refunds a registration fee after the cut-off, not only do we lose that revenue, but we have already paid the hotel for you to be there – a double hit. Substitutions are always an option, right up until the time of the conference.
  • Where can I find information about Subro College courses?

    Information about the Subro College can be found under the Education tab. Just hover your mouse and an orange drop-down will appear. Then, click on the Subro College link.
  • Where can I find the latest Legislative Affairs or Amicus Committee update?

    The latest Legislative Affairs and Amicus Committee updates can be found under the Advocacy tab. Just hover your mouse and an orange drop-down will appear. Then, click on the Legislative Affairs or Amicus link. Your membership must be up-to-date to have access to the updates.
  • Where Can I find information on the Board of Directors?

    Information on the Board of Directors can be found under the About tab. Just hover your mouse and an orange drop-down will appear. Then, click on the Board of Directors link.

Become a Member

NASP memberships not only offer unique educational opportunities, but members also have a plethora of additional benefits!

  • Subrogator Magazine
  • FREE webinars
  • Discounts on Conference Registrations, Chapter Meetings, CSRP Program
  • Database of Articles
  • Member Directory
  • Access to Member Forum
  • Networking

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