How Adjusters Prepare for Winter Weather Catastrophes

How Adjusters Prepare for Winter Weather Catastrophes

Most of the nation is shivering with record-breaking low temperatures. As a licensed insurance adjuster in Texas, it’s unlikely you’ll work a lot of winter weather catastrophe sites here. But if you earn your Texas All-Lines Adjuster License from 2021 Training, you’ll...
6 Things Claims Adjusters Must Have in Their Travel Bags

6 Things Claims Adjusters Must Have in Their Travel Bags

Part of being a licensed insurance claims adjuster is being ready to travel at a moment’s notice. You never know where and when disasters will happen, so you should keep a well-stocked travel bag that you can grab and go when catastrophe strikes. Even if some of these...
Roofers vs Insurance Adjusters: Who Should You Trust?

Roofers vs Insurance Adjusters: Who Should You Trust?

It’s a property owner’s nightmare: either due to severe weather or simple time and neglect, their roof needs to be replaced ASAP before it falls down around their head. If this is someone’s first time dealing with insurance claims and roofing contractor bids, the...
August 2019: Insurance Industry Headlines

August 2019: Insurance Industry Headlines

2021 Training is your resource for insurance industry news and headlines. This month, we look at the importance of disaster preparedness for small businesses faced with catastrophes; the sometimes grim nature of insurance adjusting; advances in drone flight...
4 Ways Drones are Helping Insurance Adjusters Do Their Job

4 Ways Drones are Helping Insurance Adjusters Do Their Job

Insurance adjusting is a lucrative career that you can break into relatively easily, but it’s not always for the faint of heart. Getting deployed to disaster areas can be perilous and stressful. You might be required to climb up onto roofs that are no longer...