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1 Replies and 3223 Views Advice for Upcoming Evaluation, Etc  3223  1 Started by  msmith Hello Everyone.&160; After looking around this forum for a while, I&160;realize that it can be kind of risky for an aspiring adjuster to post...&160; But I have a few questions.&160; I recently got my Texas adjusting license, took the Amcat Basic Adjuster course, and then was invited back to get emergency USAA certified.&160; Have lots of experience in roofing, some construction. I'm scheduled to take the week long evaluation at Pilot's Mobile location soon, and I just registered for the S...
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08/05/2011 12:59 PM
9 Replies and 5645 Views Condo Adjusting Anyone Know Them  5645  9 Started by  hill_david Got an invite to spend $250 to learn how to fast track condo's.  Claim $2,000 to $3, 000 per. day. I did a quick math check and it does not seem to add up.  Has anyone heard of them or worked with them. Web is www.condoadjusting.com  Could use anyones  input. David Hill
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07/31/2011 3:18 PM
2 Replies and 13118 Views The truth about PaRR Inspections  13118  2 Started by  ministarr1 The truth about PaRR Inspections After completing the workshop Parr will have spin your wills. You will spend a lot of time and money for finger prints background check etc. After a year or two, you may be deployed if you are deployed: &160;This is what will happened. First you will arrive at the airport you will not find a hotel or a car to rent you will need to arrange it in advance DO NOT book the hotel for a long time you will be moving soon. Remember this is a disaster Zone all the...
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07/01/2011 10:19 PM
6 Replies and 23933 Views What certification should I get if any?  23933  6 Started by  Braden$2 From you old timers out there, I want a valued opinion on if any of these certifications pay off like, AIC, SCLA, CPCU, etc I was wondering if any of those would advance my career &160; To give you a little about my background. &160; I have 10yrs in the insurance industry. &160; Started right&160; out of high school right into an adjuster position with a small regional carrier. I was a multi line adjuster. I adjusted homes, cars, you name it. I did that for 4 years then got on with ...
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07/01/2011 10:12 PM
0 Replies and 4411 Views Cheapest way to attain Associate in Claims (AIC)?  4411  0 Started by  Braden$2 Does anyone have any recommendations on what to purchase or the cheapest way to obtain your AIC &160; I looked on their website and it seems like all the materials and test will run over $1000!
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06/28/2011 6:22 PM
1 Replies and 3674 Views Looking for help in Ks.  3674  1 Started by  steveouke I am thinking about a career change and I have considered both home inspection as well as claims adjuster. I&160;have gathered some information up on different training facilities both online and hands on. I&160;would like to get answers to a few questions I&160;have before I make a decision. Any help is appreciated. 1. Being in Kansas I am thinking that I should get a Texas license. What schools/training facilities do you guys suggest. 2. Once licensed I am concerned that work won't be the...
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04/27/2011 1:22 PM
2 Replies and 5037 Views AmFam Certification  5037  2 Started by  texican6 I am in need of a lead to a company that is offering AmFam certification training and testing soon. Thanks for any assistance offered. Ray
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04/25/2011 5:59 PM
17 Replies and 26108 Views Certifications that will help get an adjuster deployed sooner!  26108  17 Started by  mjolly52 I am considering 3 additions to my adjusting abilities:  NFIP certification,  Certified HAAG roof inspector, and  Rope and Harness Certification.  Can anyone tell me ( in order of their value to vendors and carriers) which of these skills or certifications are the most valuable in making an adjuster more "deploy-able"  :No
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03/27/2011 2:30 PM
0 Replies and 6808 Views Real PFAS / Rope & Harness Certification Now Available  6808  0 Started by  Catsvstrained &160; &160;&160;&160;&160; At the request of several Insurance carriers and IA firms we (Property Claims Adjusters) now have the first (and only to date) PFAS (Personal Fall Arrest System &160;/ Rope & Harness) Training Operations Standards that has been established by ACRABAT the first (and only to date) professional organization to represent the risk management needs of those who must access high angle surfaces for inspection / assessment (non construction type) purposes. The prim...
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02/15/2011 7:54 AM
10 Replies and 7234 Views KMConDemand Special Announcement- Property Technical Certification I is now available January 2011  7234  10 Started by  Dimechimes I am releasing this announcement prepared by Colm Keenan who heads up the KMConDemand program (the online training division of Crawford and Co) announcing the release of the Property Technical Certification I program for all claims personnel in the P&160;&&160;C&160;industry. I have participated on the committee and watched this program through stringent development progress and participation across the board by insurance company claim executives. To read the full announcement here is a l...
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02/11/2011 7:02 PM
6 Replies and 3706 Views ceTracking  3706  6 Started by  mbenner@ceuinstitute.net Interested in feedback:&160; We are developing an&160;online program that tracks your CE&160;&91;from any provider&93; against the state board requirements.&160;&160;Additionally, the&160;program would track multiple licenses and also allow you to upload a&160;PDF&160;of your certificate&160;and maintain it in an online database,&160;printable&160;at anytime.&160; Would like to hear feedback and suggested pricepoint&160;
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by  JimGaryJump to last post
01/17/2011 10:13 AM
1 Replies and 3796 Views No more excuses  3796  1 Started by  Ray Hall If all adjusters who want to work catastrophe losses do not take all parts and take the 'certification' test on all 3 parts of the above post, please do not ever call your self an professional again. This should have been done 10 years ago.
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by  Tim WienekeJump to last post
01/11/2011 7:34 PM
7 Replies and 7613 Views NFIP 2011 Adjuster Seminar Schedule  7613  7 Started by  host The 2011 Workshop schedule is out and has been posted on the Calendar and the NFIP Support Page. &160;
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01/10/2011 9:57 PM
6 Replies and 4280 Views Certification Opportunities around Houston TX  4280  6 Started by  SEBSHEL &160;Hello All: I live and work in Houston TX in NW area, I have acquired SF certification in both Auto and Property, I have also gone thru the AllState &160;Property Eval with Pilot, I do plan to take few other certifications with Pilot and/or Worley like Am FAm and Liberty Mutual in both Auto and Property. I would like to know from experienced or seasoned adjusters, If there are any certification opportunities with other carriers or smaller outfits near Houston area,&160; As it is it tak...
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01/04/2011 9:53 AM
18 Replies and 6991 Views Good for new and old adjusters  6991  18 Started by  Ray Hall Property and Casualty Insurance Concepts Simplified. Just read the first three chapters and will order the $55.00 full 21 chapter 143 page copy in paperback.  this will add a lot of knowledge to become a true adjuster. Edit: By Roy removed the link which did not point to the correct location. 
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12/28/2010 1:06 PM
30 Replies and 9853 Views Ask the Examiner  9853  30 Started by  Examiner
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Any adjusters out there who have either been frustrated with an examiner or can't seem to find common ground, I am giving you an opportunity to ask one anything you want. I am a file examiner for a large company.&160; Do to confidentiality I am not able to give out my real name. Questions about Xactimate, MSB and file requirements, ask away.&160; I realize that all examiners are not alike, but I can tell you what pushes their buttons and how you can get your files processed and approved much...
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10/31/2010 10:37 PM
9 Replies and 6828 Views Training at Vale  6828  9 Started by  Soup Looking to take training at Vale it is very expensive , is it worth it
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10/31/2010 10:12 PM
25 Replies and 17981 Views Pilot Catastrophes Evaluation Class??  17981  25 Started by  Omega87
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To those who have attended this evaluation class. What is involved with this class and what is it excatly do they test you on Thanks!
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10/07/2010 11:34 AM
9 Replies and 4406 Views Best& quickest Online continuing ed  4406  9 Started by  Goldust &160; &160;I need to take a few more hours of continuing ed. What is the best online site to go to for ethics and other subjects. &160;
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09/29/2010 8:06 PM
3 Replies and 3678 Views A good definition of an IA  3678  3 Started by  Ray Hall Credit Barry Zelma. ex California adjuster and now coverage attorney for 35 years. ' The person knowledgable in insurance retained by the insuror for the purpose of assisting the insured in a provable&160; loss to the insuror. &160;Should insurance knowledge really apply the cat. adjuster world
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09/24/2010 9:01 AM
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