These 16 States do NOT Require an Adjuster License

These 16 States do NOT Require an Adjuster License

Insurance adjusters can have a lot of freedom in their career. They can work in the government sector, the public sector, or independently. They can also become eligible for nationwide deployments to travel to disaster sites all over the country. Most states require...

Attributes of a Successful Claims Adjuster – Part 8

I’m glad you’re still reading this 8 part series about the attributes of a successful adjuster. I hope they’re serving as effective reminders of needed personal skills.  It’s important to recognize your strengths and work on your weaknesses.  Let’s look at the last...

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...

Attributes of a Successful Claims Adjuster – Part 6

Just for review, we’ve covered five of the eight Attributes of a Successful Claims Adjuster: 1.    have a Can Do attitude 2.    be a self-starter 3.    be resourceful 4.    be logical, and 5.    have adequate computer skills It’s important in any career to...

Attributes of a Successful Claims Adjuster – Part 5

We talked last time about being logical.  As we talk about the attributes of being a good adjuster, you’ll find areas which come naturally to you and some that don’t.  Most of these traits can be learned with some focused attention. It’s my firm belief that anyone can...