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Analog Adjusting in a Digital World by Jack Gibson
Posted: Tuesday, July 14, 2009 - Comments: 0
IKE LOSSES MAY PUT A MAJOR STRAIN ON TWIA by Roy Estes
Posted: Wednesday, September 17, 2008 - Comments: 0
Comparative Performance of EPDM As Protection Against Hail Damage by host
Posted: Tuesday, March 04, 2008 - Comments: 0
Common Estimating Errors by host
Posted: Friday, February 29, 2008 - Comments: 0
Catadjusting and Crisis Intervention by Medulus
Posted: Thursday, August 16, 2007 - Comments: 2
View From the Slough, Too - The Art and Science of Branch Assist by Medulus
Posted: Tuesday, August 07, 2007 - Comments: 5
Do it right the first time and reduce re-opens by host
Posted: Saturday, March 31, 2007 - Comments: 0
Ladder Safety by host
Posted: Friday, March 30, 2007 - Comments: 0
They don't just hand you the keys. by host
Posted: Friday, February 16, 2007 - Comments: 0
Where Has All he Adjuster "Professional" Training Gone? by host
Posted: Friday, December 29, 2006 - Comments: 0

About the Article Channel

As we complete the change over that we have been working on for the last two years (between assignments) we will move past articles to this page.  If you have an account and have a flare for writing and wish to write an article just login and you will see a link below titled "Create Article".  Also if you wish to add comments to the articles you will need to login first.

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By John Postava;  First posted in the forum. "They say there have been more mistakes made by computers than Tequila and Hand Guns combined....

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This is an article I have considered writing for years, one that deals with some of the emotional/psychological elements of working with people who have experienced personal crisis as a result of a catastrophic event, especially with regard to what this means for effective claim settlement.

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View From the Slough, Too
The Art and Science of Branch Assist
By Steve Ebner (Medulus@aol.com)
 
I originally wrote this article back in 2001, and hundred of people read it on CADO, but at some point the link to the article became bad. So, for years I have not even been able to access it. I thought the article was lost for good until I recently discovered it on an old backup data disk. Because the conditions in catadjusting in 2001 and 2007 are so similar, I thought it would be a good time to update and revise the article to make it more current and to repost it on CADO. I know there is a danger of sharing too many secrets about how to get by in this business, especially when so many thousands have been added to our ranks with the storms of 2004 and 2005. But it is mainly those with experience and knowledge that will be able to benefit from this information. And I have always been willing to help those who deserve to be helped.
 

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This is a repost of the article. We are moving all articles from the old format to the new format.

smroof (5K)As hail season approaches we want to remind everybody to think ladder safety each and ever time you grab that ladder. OSHA has reported that the most recent accident statistics suggest that the working men and women in America abuse and misuse ladders in the workplace as a rule rather than an exception.

 

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In this article, William S. (Sandy) Rodgers, AIC,a 40 year veteran of the insurance industry, provides a historical review on the evolution of the claims professional away from seasoned practitioners to less experienced and, often, inadequately paid individuals. He emphasizes that a change must take place, or the future of claims adjusting will be in jeopardy.

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State-run insurer of last resort bears much of coastal cost By Mary Williams Walsh © 2008 The New York Times, Reproduced under license from th...

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