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Flooding the Market with Useless Prospects: CAT Adjusters and Training

An opinion by Phillip Crimaldi  "I’m fairly certain, at least from my own research, that a few things happened somewhere around the post-Katrina era.  First, a handful of hardworking independent adjusters made a bunch of...
12 June 2014
Article rating: 3.3
Are you ready for the life as a Cat Adjuster or road warrior?

Are you ready for the life as a Cat Adjuster or road warrior?

The life of a road warrior can be hard, not only on the traveler but also on his or her family. Experienced business travelers explain how they MAINTAIN THE PERSONAL-PROFESSIONAL BALANCE...

24 May 2013
Article rating: 3.9
Catadjusting and Crisis Intervention

Catadjusting and Crisis Intervention

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...
16 August 2007
Article rating: 4.4
View From the Slough, Too - The Art and Science of Branch Assist

View From the Slough, Too - The Art and Science of Branch Assist

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...
7 August 2007
Article rating: 4.9
The “Killer” amongst us.

The “Killer” amongst us.

 There are many ways to approach the demise of the catastrophe adjuster.    1) The fatal auto accident.    2) The falling off the roof.   3) The stroke   4) The heart attack Many of the...
8 June 2007
Article rating: 1.0
Do it right the first time and reduce re-opens

Do it right the first time and reduce re-opens

This article was moved from the old system. It was written by George Mullet in 2000. The primary thing an adjuster needs to do is communicate with the insured. I cannot emphasize that enough. We do not know if there is an error, an oversight or...
31 March 2007
Article rating: 4.1
They don't just hand you the keys.

They don't just hand you the keys.

This article comes from a forum post that was made by rass3742 on 9/12/2006 One thing I’ve noticed is the incessant struggle between newbies and veterans of our industry, as they scrimmage to identify the paradigm of CAT adjusting. ...
16 February 2007
Article rating: 3.8