A news channel that sees a value in adjusters
Here is a quote from a article I read today about a recent hail storm in Hannibal, IL.
"There's some good news out of the hail storm in Hannibal this week.
Hotels in town are seeing a surge of ins
Posted: 05/17/2008 11:37 AM Replies: 12
In Dallas With PilotCAT Taining
Well after 3 years of waiting I have been called back to work. I arrived in Dallas 9/2/2008 and still being retrained again for deployment most likely back to Louisiana.
Posted: 09/03/2008 6:59 PM Replies: 9
Treating trusses with smoke damage.
I have a question that seems to get mixed answers.
In a home that has been damaged by fire, some of the trusses and studs that were not damaged need to be treated to make sure th
Posted: 03/19/2007 12:11 PM Replies: 10
Felt paper and shingle life
Working here in southern Ontario ( Niagara Falls to Windsor) I have run accross something interesting. Roofers only use 1 strip of felt paper along the bottom of the slope. This is within the bui
Posted: 03/19/2009 3:24 PM Replies: 12
Adjusters copyrighting work
Situation: Some adjusters believe that copyrighting their work will ensure payment from the vendor (adjusting firm).
Problem: Copyrighting your work discloses confidential claim information to the p
Posted: 01/21/2013 3:35 AM Replies: 10
HAIL: The difference b/t a Hail Hit and a HAAG Hit...
I sat through a vendor training seminar a few months back and walked away stunned at what I heard. During the seminar, we were told that a hail hit on a composition roof had to penetrate th
Posted: 09/28/2010 1:03 PM Replies: 28
Any Electronics Restoration Company you use as a go-to vendor?
I would like some input from the property adjusters of all levels, particularly in California.
Is there a go-to Electronics Restoration/Decontamination/Data Recovery Company that you use on a normal
Posted: 08/15/2012 1:41 PM Replies: 3
Work Product Ownership
After all these years, I have an unaswered question:
Of course when working as an employee, ownership of your work product passes to the adjusting company and client immediately.
I have always
Posted: 03/21/2007 12:17 PM Replies: 3
Harmonizing Adjusters' Lives
The below is from a article on www.canadianunderwriter.ca website posted in July of this year with the same title. Sounds like a good plan would it work the US? Any thoughts?
HARMONY ON THE
Posted: 12/13/2006 4:36 PM Replies: 1
I am an experienced auto, RV and mobile home adjuster. However, I am interested in becoming an aircraft adjuster. I am an aircraft owner and have been flying for over 20 years. Does anyone know
Posted: 09/12/2007 5:49 PM Replies: 5