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Avoid These 3 Simple Mistakes New Adjusters Make

Avoid These 3 Simple Mistakes New Adjusters Make

As the summer months go into the rear-view mirror and the stormy seasons of winter and spring arrive, the need for insurance claims adjusters rises. If you’re a new claims adjuster seeking to get a foothold during this time of the year, then there’s probably a burning question you’d like to have answered: “Which mistakes should I be avoiding?” 

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 be licensed to go on deployments to the 16 states that don’t have state-specific licensing programs – and a lot of them get very cold. From nor’easters in New Jersey to blizzards on the plains of the Dakotas, you’ll be qualified to work them all. Consider this a quick guide to what you might encounter in the field and how to make sure you’re prepared.

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 items seem like no-brainers, trust me when I say it’s better to gather everything ahead of time while you have a clear head than it is to try and remember everything you need when you’re hurrying off to a deployment.

Hurricane Preparedness Week

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...

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...