In any catastrophic event, the insurance companies are required by law to handle claims within strict time deadlines. To ensure compliance, penalties are severe. So they need adjusters trained and ready to deploy at a moment’s notice.
Upon deployment, adjusters are equipped with management and administrative support systems that facilitate the ability to get in place and on the job within 24 to 36 hours.
While on assignment, most adjusters have 24-hour telephone access to field and home office management.
Contractors provide the industry with a competent, disciplined staff to handle claims arising from catastrophic events while offering professionalism, quality, and advanced technology in a cost-effective manner.
Residential & Commercial Property Claims Management
Inside Claims Operations
Auto Claims Management
Environmental Claims Services
Coastal & Inland Marine Claims
Customized Administrative Capabilities
Non-Catastrophe Claim Handling
Other special services available upon request
Services are individually tailored to meet each clients’ needs. Contractors typically have the financial resources, logistical capabilities, and administrative management skills for a prolonged operation.
Highly-trained adjusters are in the field within 24 hours of the loss, including on-site managers and supervisors to assist with hands-on experience to professionally manage and coordinate all facets of the operation.
The Texas All-Lines and P&C Adjuster Licenses are the industry’s preferred licenses. Most firms require you to have a Texas License before being placed on their rosters.
Why is a TEXAS license so important? Texas literally wrote the book on insurance. They did such a great job and it was so comprehensive, that over 30 states ‘adopted’ it via reciprocity. Having this one license gives you an almost nationwide reach in your ability to work claims. Even if you have a license from your home state, you will want a Texas license as well. Most successful adjusters have a Texas license.
The Property & Casualty license is the same as the All Lines license, with one exception… the P&C license does not cover Worker’s Compensation. An Independent Adjuster works disaster claims across the country, and only need the P&C license. Staff Adjusters work locally and deal with all local claims including Worker’s Comp, so they need the All Lines license.
A newly licensed Texas Adjuster should join multiple rosters. This is the best way to start your career.
Do not lie about your experience. Assume they already have that information! And do not turn down any assignment when starting your career.
Most Adjusting firms will allow you to work with other companies. Make sure you notify them when you take an assignment from another company. And let them know you will call them when you become available. This will allow you to stay in good standing with the companies you are listed with.
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