Insurance adjusting is a challenging profession.
The job may require travel to areas of devastation where compassion for the insured’s personal losses must be equal to the ability to accurately estimate the value of the losses. Careful assessment of applicants’ skills and background ensures that the adjusters demonstrate an unsurpassed level of knowledge, adjusting skills, work ethic and the ability to provide unmatched customer service.
Qualified adjusters typically have access to:
..♦ Professional Development — hands-on, site damage assessment & estimating software training
..♦ Compliance Department — personalized assistance in meeting client certifications and state licensing requirements
..♦ Training & Technical Support — interactive online communications capabilities
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 provides 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.
Adjuster or IA Firms:
Pilot Catastrophe Services
Wardlaw Claim Services
Crawford and Company
Abercrombie, Simmons & Gillette
IAS Claims Service
The Littleton Group
Custard Insurance Adjusters
Frontier Claims Services
Eberl Claims Services
Allcat Claim Services
Insurance Claims Adjusters, Inc.
The Best IRS
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