NAMIC member companies are exploring the potential for unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, to provide insurance services and nearly all NAMIC members have had policyholders inquire about insuring them. The federal and state laws and regulations for drones and drone operations are changing quickly and dramatically with respect to such key areas as safety, privacy, and liability. NAMIC is working with Congress and federal agencies, including the Federal Aviation Administration, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and the Commerce Department, as well as legislators and regulators at the state and local levels to develop reasonable and effective laws and regulations that will enable NAMIC members to use drones to better serve policyholders and to provide insurance protection.
UNMANNED AIRCRAFT: DEFINING PRIVATE AIRSPACE
COMPENDIUM OF STATE LAWS
Compendium of state laws & proposed legislation related to drones. (September 2015)
NAMIC DRONES GUIDE (September 2016)