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carriers using their own adjusters

  Can anyone tell me why we aren'T getting the business we usually get from the Carriers because they are using staffers. They are going to have up to 2/3's the supplements on these claims they u

Posted: 09/15/2010 10:34 AM Replies: 1

What's the chance? $700 B Bailout

What's the chance, you do Cat work for a company and the carrier doesn't pay them due to the recent events in Congress and Wall Street, like the $700 Billion Bailout and then you don't get paid either

Posted: 09/29/2008 5:48 PM Replies: 1

Having Trouble with the Forum View?

 If so please force a browser refresh by holding the Crtl key down and hitting the  F5 key.  We installed a update and it looks like it changed some of the layout files. Please report a

Posted: 01/24/2011 4:19 AM Replies: 2

standard duty of care by insurance contractors

What do you fellow adjusters think about contractors that advertise that they specialize in insurance but don't seem to know the basics of how it works and do economic harm to the insureds? My unders

Posted: 03/02/2010 5:26 AM Replies: 52

What to do when the insured is deceased or divorced

I think death and divorce are common issues that rarely get covered in training. Adjusters learn what to do by trial and error, or if they are lucky, a knowledgeable supervisor tells them what to do.

Posted: 02/09/2013 6:33 AM Replies: 8

Eberls - SF Auto Certification March Exam

Hi Newbie here, Wanted to know if some of you seniors can give me any advise as to the best way to procure placement on rosters?   Here's a little background: AS-legal studies; BA-busines

Posted: 03/07/2013 7:15 AM Replies: 6

Tallahassee Adjustors

Hello, I have a full time job.  Work nights.  Is there anyone in Tallahassee Florida that I can carry their ladder for them?  I do not want any pay.  I just want to ride with you

Posted: 09/03/2008 3:08 PM Replies: 4

Interstate Claims

Has anyone ever heard of Interstate Claims in Texas?  We were contacted by them but have never heard of them

Posted: 02/08/2011 10:48 AM Replies: 1

First day Covers

I was just working on a contents spreadsheet and was wondering if anyone ever ran across First Day Covers.   A lot of policies exclude "stamps" but a First Day Cover is an envelope with a stamp

Posted: 04/20/2010 5:18 AM Replies: 31

Civil Authority Ordered Evacuation

This was a hot topic in 2005 after Hurricane Rita. I made a post in the fall of 2005 on this topic and it died on the vine. This could be the next hot button in 2008 as thousands of people who live in

Posted: 05/23/2008 1:45 PM Replies: 1