Experiences of Hurricane Matthew as an Insurance Adjuster

Experiences of Hurricane Matthew as an Insurance Adjuster

Hurricane Matthew was the first chance of deployment for many adjusters. While we all watched the models of Hurricane Matthew with great anticipation, Hurricane Matthew stayed a few miles off the Atlantic coast from Florida to the Carolinas. This by no means meant...

Hurricane Preparedness Week

May 25 through May 31st of 2014 is Hurricane Preparedness Week. The National Hurricane Center keeps up to date information of all hurricane activity as it happens. Follow them either on their website and on their Facebook page. What do adjusters need to do for...

Why Become An Insurance Adjuster – Part 5 Freedom

So far in our blog series, we’ve covered the: Small Investment Minimal Education Requirements High Earning Potential and How the Field is Recession Proof You may have found yourself getting excited about the benefits of an insurance adjuster.  The fifth benefit...

Why Become an Insurance Adjuster – Part 3 High Earning Potential

Entering into the field of adjusting offers high income potential with only a small investment of money and time.  You’re able to prepare yourself adequately for most jobs as an insurance adjuster.  Now let’s focus on the earning potential, or how much can you make?...

Attributes of a Successful Claims Adjuster – Part 7

Last time we talked about caring for people and how it’s an essential element to doing your job as an adjuster.  Some of these principles seem so simple, but the truth is that they’re the core elements needed to find the success you’re looking for.  Continue to follow...

After Hurricane Sandy

I finished all my claims and called my storm manager to let him know I was done.   It feels good to have handled all my claims and do what I think is a great job. Hard part is at the end of the storm, you still don’t know what you don’t know. My manager wasn’t the...