Texas Insurance Continuing Education Credits

The Texas Department of Insurance dictates that all adjusters renew their license every two years. With various options available for meeting the State of Texas Continuing Education requirements for license renewal, confusion can result. Let’s clarify those...

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...

My Training As A CAT Adjuster

I used online training to get my Texas Insurance Adjuster License and then went to get my Xactimate training. Next was Practical Adjusting training. Personally, I prefer the online training because it’s really more cost effective, and I didn’t have to take time off...

Practical Adjuster Tips for the New CAT Adjuster

A career as a new catastrophe adjuster can be fun and rewarding, both professionally and financially. While it seems like there are so many things a new adjuster needs to learn all at once, many have gone before you and succeeded. You have your new license to be an...

Insurance Adjuster Training Pitfalls

Learning a new career always has some challenges, and the career of insurance adjusting isn’t any different.  As a new adjuster, you’re usually responsible for training yourself.  This can be both good and bad.  Lets look at some of the insurance adjuster training...