2020 has been an interesting year for career development. COVID-19 has forced a large number of Americans to work from home. Unfortunately, it has also caused tremendous job loss. While it is never good to find oneself out of work, it can be positive to take a moment to re-evaluate your career path. Many people have chosen to make a change this year, and we think that insurance adjusting is a great choice. When you are looking to make a career change, it’s important to get an idea of what kind of companies you may be able to work for. Here are 5 of the top companies for insurance adjusters.
Pilot Catastrophe Services Jobs
Pilot is an independent insurance adjusting firm with headquarters in Mobile, AL. An insurance adjusting firm is a company that employs or contracts adjusters to work for their clients, who are insurance companies. Pilot is one of the largest and most trusted agencies in North America. Two of their largest clients are also big names: Allstate and State Farm. They investigate claims of all kinds, including property, vehicle, and marine. Pilot is a major employer for adjusters, and they are a great option for both new and veteran adjusters. They are consistently rated as a great place to work and currently have a 91% recommend rating on Glassdoor.com.
E. A. Renfroe Claims Adjuster Jobs
Another great company for new adjusters is E. A. Renfroe. They have been in business for over 25 years and have an excellent reputation. Renfroe represents a large number of carriers, including other clients like government organizations and self-insured corporations. They are well known for their willingness to work with rookie adjusters. In fact, they are in the top 4 companies that deploy new investigators. They also enjoy a high rating on Glassdoor.com with 61% of adjusters saying they would recommend the company to others. One comment says it simply, “Good pay, good people, good culture.”
Eberl Claims Service Claims Adjuster Jobs
If you are looking to work for a company with a long and reliable history in the field, look no further than Eberl. The company was officially started in 1987, but has a background in claims management that dates all the way back to 1954. They work with a large variety of companies and on many different types of claims, from large projects and disasters to everyday needs such as auto accident claims. They are also well known for their culture, which has a “welcoming, family feel and being a friendly environment for new adjusters.
Worley/Alacrity Solutions Claims Adjuster Jobs
These two companies joined forces in 2019 when Worley Claims Services acquired Alacrity Solutions. Together, they form a major force in the insurance claims adjusting industry. They represent the largest surplus, standard, and excess lines carriers in the United States. Their combined reputation is one of the best in the business. They are known for a long history of success and are well respected by both clients and staff.
USAA (Texas) Insurance Adjuster Jobs
If you are looking to increase your earning potential, but want the consistency and benefits of a W-2 job, working for an insurance company like USAA directly might be right for you. USAA is an company that provides insurance services to active duty and veterans of the US Military. USAA in Texas is a great option for new adjusters, as they provide extensive training and support for new reps. Having training and a license before you get hired can only help your chances of getting hired. Other insurance companies that have a good reputation for new adjusters are Allstate, State Farm, and Geico.
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