Insurance Adjuster Conferences and Events in 2020

Insurance Adjuster Conferences and Events in 2020

With the first month of the new decade nearly half over, there is already a growing list of events and conferences being held throughout the country that claims adjusters can plan for. As more and more industries, including insurance claims adjusting, start to...
What’s the Best Time to Get My Insurance Adjuster License?

What’s the Best Time to Get My Insurance Adjuster License?

For many people, changing careers or learning a new set of skills can be heavily influenced by timing. Before getting started on a path towards becoming an insurance claims adjuster, one of the most common questions people might ask is “How much time will this take?”...
Advice for Getting Started as an Insurance Adjuster

Advice for Getting Started as an Insurance Adjuster

One of the most common questions I am asked as an experienced claims adjuster is: “How do I become an adjuster myself?” Surprisingly, it isn’t just family and friends asking this kind of question regularly. Sometimes, insured people even ask me after I...
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 one of the new adjusters seeking to get a foothold during this time of the year, then there’s probably a...
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...