A Collection of Web Pages About Becoming An Insurance Appraiser
Daily responsibilities of an auto claims adjuster | PropertyCasualty360
As jobs in the insurance industry go, claims adjusters have a pretty important role to play.
Individuals who purchase auto insurance often look for the best price and rarely think about the claim handling aspect…More at http://propertycasualty360.com
A Day in the Life of An Insurance Appraiser
Insurance Claims Adjuster: Typical Day
It’s 9:00AM on a Saturday morning, but weekends have no meaning for Evo Luate—as a claims adjuster, he meets with claimants when they’re available, and not when it’s convenient for him.
As of today, he hasn’t had an appointment-free weekend in seven months—a new record at Dewey, Cheatem & Howe, the insurance company he works for…More at http://shmoop.com
The Life of a Claims Adjuster · CJ Hester Inc
Claims adjusting is a noble profession we should be proud of the important work we do every day.
All new adjusters must realize that what they have learned in their licensing classes to receive their adjuster’s license is not the end of the learning process…it is just the beginning…More at http://hesterinc.net
Traits of A Good Insurance Appraiser
Qualities of a Good Claims Adjuster
Enduring success will require ownership of the following:
Habit 1: Communication
Insurance claims adjusters ought to possess excellent people skills. An insurance adjuster will deal with all manner of people in every frame of mind – from happy and grateful to angry and suspicious.
As representatives of insurance companies, claims adjusters are often the only point of contact between the insurer and insured. Customer service with an emphasis on cordial, patient, and professional communication should always be strived for.
Habit 2: Time Management
Wasted time and stress are twin enemies of an insurance adjuster – particularly an independent adjuster …More at http://adjusterpro.com
5 Qualities of Successful Insurance Adjusters | Pilot Catastrophe
In today’s world, it is impossible to succeed as an adjuster without being able to use a computer.