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0 Replies and 635 Views Gas Station Canopy  635  0 Started by  tishgold Does anyone have specific experience in writing the line items for an old gas station canopy  A tractor-trailer operator thought he could cut the red light at the corner and drove through the gas station lot without clearing the canopy over a pump.  Damage looks cosmetic only, not structural.  Better yet, if you have an actual .esx file you can share that'd be quite helpful.  I have photos available.  Thanks.
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08/02/2018 5:39 PM
3 Replies and 2016 Views Managing Rosters  2016  3 Started by  tishgold I am a new adjuster.  I am on numerous CAT rosters.  I am concerned that I may receive multiple assignments from some or all of these IA firms when an event occurs.  I do not want to jeopardize any of these relationships.  What is the best way to prevent this  Thank you.
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01/23/2018 3:05 AM
4 Replies and 14411 Views Discontinued Shingles  14411  4 Started by  DStin214 I'm sure many of you have come across this (or will) at some point in your career.  This may help some of the newer guys out there when determining repair vs. replacement for a risk roof.  There are so many different discontinued shingles out there that it would be too difficult for any single person to list.  In your travels, what are the most common types of shingles that have been discontinued that you have noticed  For me, it would be: Owens Corning - Prominence ...
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10/12/2016 11:02 AM
0 Replies and 8025 Views Connecticut Launches New Online Tool for Catastrophe Adjuster Registration  8025  0 Started by  rwheeling The Connecticut Insurance Department announced Monday the launch of a new online program that would make it easier and quicker for insurance companies to register their emergency adjusters with the state when a damaging storm occurs. “Carriers can quickly register large number of adjusters at no-cost and have them on the ground here in Connecticut to begin assessing damage as soon as possible,” Connecticut Insurance Commissioner Thomas B. Leonardi said. Carriers can access the insu...
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07/06/2014 7:04 PM
0 Replies and 3286 Views Does your Adjuster friend need help and you need to see his computer screen to help them out?  3286  0 Started by  rwheeling Does your Insurance Adjuster friend need help and you need to see his computer screen to help them out Use this FREE tool Teamviewer to log into their computer! Claims Adjusters work smarter not harder! http://www.teamviewer.com/en/index.aspx
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07/05/2014 8:32 PM
14 Replies and 9960 Views Be a Better Adjuster; Take Better Photos  9960  14 Started by  Jud G. I am primarily a field adjuster, but have worked a few stints inside to improve my field skills and see what other adjusters do to get files closed.  Taking photos is one of those simple tasks that is very easy to do poorly and many examiners (sadly) have gotten to the point where they only review photos and don't even read reports anymore (there are numerous reasons for this, but a separate forum/topic should address those issues). The biggest issues are not with the failure to use the bu...
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11/15/2013 4:48 PM
26 Replies and 26339 Views Thermopane windows with blown seals  26339  26 Started by  Goldust
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here is a topic that should generate some interest. In the course of my adjusting career I have many times ran into insureds claiming that their thermopane windows developed leaks from the named windstorm. Mainly you will see fogged over windows and in most cases if you look closely you may see the internal seal bulged out of its original position. &160;I would like to hear how most of you make a decision on coverage for these windows and how you handle it by repair or by replacement. Every ca...
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10/04/2013 7:05 PM
13 Replies and 5941 Views Independent Contractor Verses Employee  5941  13 Started by  Adjuster Jane I feel we need to get this information out in to all independent adjusters, for us to stand together. I will send out information from time to time that is crucial for this industry to change. ARE YOU Tired of the one supervisor that pulls your files due to one little detail, Tired of not receiving the funds due to you for your finished product, Tired of the negative emails from storm supervisors. Tired of the absurd time frames that are place on our work, then the negative push push emails...
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02/13/2013 10:37 AM
0 Replies and 3727 Views Measuring Carpet  3727  0 Started by  host &160;The link below will take you to a discussion in the archive that involves the 'how to' on measuring carpet. &160;First posted in 2004. Measuring Carpet&160;
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01/04/2011 9:33 AM
75 Replies and 16963 Views Geometry Problems  16963  75 Started by  Medulus
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We all use basic geometry in our profession.  For instance we know that the area of a gable roof slope is the base times the height or that a triangle is the base times the height divided by two.  Here are a couple that are less common.  What formula would you use and how would you determine the square footage of the following   You visit a farm after a windstorm.  The domed metal silo is damaged.  How would you calculate the square footage of metal needed to rep...
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