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0 Replies and 601 Views Auto Flood Template and Scope Sheet for Adjusters  601  0 Started by  IAPATH I just wanted to provide a template for auto flood claims due to Harvey. This template has the vehicle information, total loss options, and flood levels all on a one-page scope sheet. Use this to make it easy to document your claims and remember what to write on that particular car. You can download it at the link below. IA Path Flood Template   If you have any suggestions on revision don't hesitate to email me, ChrisIAPath.com. I'm want to help fellow adjusters.
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08/29/2017 6:13 AM
1 Replies and 1541 Views Best States to get licensed  1541  1 Started by  mhugolr Hi! I just got my license 5 months ago in my home state, South Carolina. I will attend the Pilot seminar on September and want to get licenses in other States before attending. I think I will get AL, NC and GA. Is there any other State that you think I should consider I am new in this and will really appreciate any advise you can give me. Thank you!    
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by  IAPATHJump to last post
06/24/2017 6:27 AM
6 Replies and 5452 Views Pilot Cat auto technical class  5452  6 Started by  steve l Anyone here been to Pilot Auto Technical School in Dallas. Its an 8 day school. im going june 7 thru 14.Thanks for any reply.
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by  okclarrydJump to last post
07/25/2012 9:25 AM
7 Replies and 6759 Views Auto Adjusting Job Posting for Renfroe  6759  7 Started by  lizmcgee AD posted march 5th&160;&160; 'auto adjusters needed-positions being filled immediately'.&160;&160; Is it possible to attend a week of training and be able to&160;handle a job&160;such as bodily injury claims adjuster&160;or auto litigation adjuster&160;&160; has anyone applied for this job does anyone know about renfroe's auto division has anyone attended this type of training&160;&160;&160; Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.&160;&160;&160;&160;&160;&160;&160...
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by  oliviaskyeJump to last post
09/05/2011 8:09 AM
3 Replies and 2424 Views Daily Claims  2424  3 Started by  JimGary Since in my opinion, I think the year may be over, I went to digging up some daily work. Started getting some pretty good assignments. Got a response from a vendor to an inquiry about handling some claims. This is a good lesson for those who will work anyone just for the experience. This vendor offered $50 a file, not good but not a deal breaker as long as I have others at a good rate. I recd the contract, the vendor does not pay if they do not get payed by the carrier.&160; The adjuster is out...
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by  GoldustJump to last post
09/15/2010 12:39 PM
3 Replies and 2974 Views Auto vs Property  2974  3 Started by  mbradbury I've been in the insurance business for about 6 years now, spending the 4 most recent of those as a property adjuster.&160; I started off as a staffer and moved over to being an independent.&160; I'm clearly not at a point in my career where I&160;work year round, but I do alright for myself.&160; Plus, my wife is a staffer with USAA's Internal CAT Unit, and she does well too, and luckily her job gives us all the stuff we need like medical insurance, etc.&160; All-in-all, we're in a pretty ...
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by  kcolsonJump to last post
07/21/2010 12:55 PM
21 Replies and 6344 Views Too Many Adjusters???  6344  21 Started by  JimGary
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There have been numerous posts regarding the number of adjusters entering the property field. Believe or not, there seems to be a shortage of experienced auto adjusters. For those property guys with auto experience sitting on the sidelines, you might let your vendor know of your experience and get deployed on an auto assignment. Not as long or profitable as a property assignment, but pays the bills. Just a thought. JWG
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by  ChuckDeatonJump to last post
07/15/2010 4:25 PM
11 Replies and 4685 Views Diminished Value on Autos-Texas case law  4685  11 Started by  sbeau4014 This topic in not related to catastrophe work, although I suppose it could be applied to heavy hail or wind damages to an automobile.&160; Has anyone out there had&160;any dealings with claims for diminished value to heavily damaged vehicles in the state of Texas&160;&160; It has been about 16-17 years since I was involved in anything about this and was wondering if anyone has any experiences more recently then that.
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by  ceckraftJump to last post
04/12/2010 4:52 PM
10 Replies and 3230 Views Pilot auto evaluation ...  3230  10 Started by  o koeppen I am about to take the auto evaluation course in dallas . Can anyone tell me what to expect I have about&160; twenty years body shop and estimating experience... I have been writing computer est. and doing direct repairs for State Farm etc.. for years. &160;
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by  Joe60Jump to last post
03/10/2010 6:24 PM
3 Replies and 2386 Views auto adjusting  2386  3 Started by  steve l i notice few auto adjusting comments here. anyone know of any forums for new auto adjusters
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by  hostJump to last post
03/10/2010 1:17 PM
1 Replies and 2221 Views Anyone write auto hail sheets for pilot ?  2221  1 Started by  o koeppen Just looking for info. on what to expect if i get called one day
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by  JimGaryJump to last post
02/09/2010 11:39 AM
4 Replies and 3463 Views Advice on auto claims estimating software to get pre-certified on  3463  4 Started by  Corvette95 Hi, After 20 years running my own specialty automotive business, I am ready to make a change and I want to work for one of the major insurers as an auto claims adjuster, specializing in catastrophe claims. I want to go in with a strong resume to go along with my experience in this area. I plan to get pre-certified in the estimating software Exactimate, Claim Force, AudaTex, CCC etc. What would the top two software applications used by say State Farm and Progressive or the other majors Any speci...
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by  Tim_JohnsonJump to last post
12/27/2009 8:03 PM
2 Replies and 2501 Views Auto insurance adjusting  2501  2 Started by  Kennth With over 10 years as a independent insurance adjuster riding this up and down business I was thinking able the auto claims business. I have had other adjusters tell me that it was more trouble than it is worth and didn't pay anything. But I know you all will tell it the way it is no B.S. Thanks for your help.
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by  JimGaryJump to last post
12/15/2009 10:57 AM
10 Replies and 3773 Views Auto/Semi adjuster training?  3773  10 Started by  jspek9 Hello, I am new to the site and have found it very informative thanks to everyone&160;for the great info. I haven't been able to find much on auto adjusting though. I am researching training programs for CAT auto adjusters and am getting no where fast. The only true AUTO&160;program I have come across so far is at Worleyco in LA. If any one could give me any sort of review on there program or some direction to other&160;reputable&160;auto adjusting training programs any info would be greatl...
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by  JimGaryJump to last post
10/14/2009 8:24 AM
2 Replies and 2134 Views Auto pay  2134  2 Started by  teolson    Anyone know what the going rate is for auto for any of the big companies
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by  teolsonJump to last post
04/15/2009 1:32 PM
2 Replies and 2620 Views Automobile Adjuster Question  2620  2 Started by  lee42lee I need a little information please. I am currently a used car dealer and have been for the last fifteen years but with the way the economy is I am thinking of changing careers. Over the last two years I have lost a little over $100k and I am not going to sit here and loose everything I have worked so hard to get. The problem I have is this is all I have ever done as I started my business right out of high school. I have experience with buying and fixing wrecked autos so I have thought about the ...
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by  okclarrydJump to last post
03/26/2009 8:05 PM
19 Replies and 4878 Views AUTO ADJUSTING  4878  19 Started by  becky Hello, I would like to get into the auto adusting field, i hv been reading and researching....&160;i understand the&160;collision estimates, but how do you write an estimate on a hail damaged vehicle&160; count the hits for each panel, is there a flat rate, use pdr, if pdr not possible, do you paint every panel that has a hit that cannot use pdr.&160;&160; Also,&160; how do you&160;write a flood estimate, if the water only covered the floor and never reached the seats,&160;do i ju...
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by  JimGaryJump to last post
03/04/2009 3:22 PM
6 Replies and 3723 Views Auto Adjusting  3723  6 Started by  Tim G Hello,     I'm considering becoming a part time auto adjuster in Pittsburgh PA. After searching the archives for information I still have some questions that maybe the wise and experienced on this forum can answer. I have a background in the automotive field; I was a certified mechanical master auto technician and service manager in a couple dealerships over a period of 15 years. So I'm very familiar with parts and flat rate time estimating.     Is there training/tes...
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by  JimGaryJump to last post
01/12/2009 5:55 PM
1 Replies and 2633 Views auto adjusting software  2633  1 Started by  dmag I am currently working as an independent property  adjuster and am thinking about getting into autos.  Any suggestions on fairly inexpensive software to get me going without creating a gigantic hole in my wallet
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by  JimGaryJump to last post
12/10/2008 5:42 PM
3 Replies and 2738 Views Moving to Property/Cat from Daily Auto  2738  3 Started by  dsnelgrove I'm a newbie, auto adjuster for 10 yrs and looking to get into property cat. It seems like Ike is a good time to transition.&160; Took cat triaining course and xactimate training. I live in Houston. No certifications yet. What's the best way to get started Do I need certifications, if so, how do I get them
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09/21/2008 11:35 AM
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