Louisiana Surplus Line Association was founded in 1958 as a vehicle to promote communications, education and professionalism within the Louisiana surplus line community.
Originally, only persons who held Louisiana surplus line licenses were eligible for membership in the Association. The Association's by-laws were amended in 1981 and 1988, to permit persons or companies, who are interested in or deal with surplus line business, to join the Association.
Since 1958, the Association's membership has grown from a handful of "pioneers" in the business to an active organization of more than one hundred individuals and companies.
If you are a licensed surplus lines broker, use surplus lines facilities, or deal with surplus lines business, you should become a member of the Louisiana Surplus Line Association.
For information on becomming a member of LSLA, contact LSLA's Executive Director Sal Marino for a membership application, or go to the "Become A Member" link at the top of this page to print out the appropriate membership application for your business.
Contact the LSLA Office via Email: SAL.MARINO@LASURPLUSLINES.COM