FAQs

Debentures FAQs

Does a "unit" (debenture) have to be purchased in order to obtain insurance from AIM?

No. Effective May 15, 2000, AIM no longer requires new insureds to purchase a unit in order to meet one of the requisites of obtaining insurance. The purchase of "units" (debentures) was initially required to capitalize AIM and continued to insure that it maintained an adequate capital base. After many years of operation, AIM has achieved a very strong capital base and terminated the requirement for new insureds to purchase units.

What Our Insureds Say

"...Impressed with all aspects of their handling of the case from the initial intake to the consummation of settlement"

“About two years ago, I had a claim made against a co-counsel and me.  AIM hired excellent counsel to represent me in the matter.  There were very unusual circumstances in the case and AIM and counsel were able to get the claim settled without a suit being filed.  Everything they and the attorneys did was done with my full involvement and with the utmost consideration for all of the many and complicated aspects created by such circumstances.  I have nothing but praise for all that you and the AIM team did in this situation.”

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Birmingham, Alabama 35242

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Tel: 205-980-0009

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