claims adjuster

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Noun1.claims adjuster - one who investigates insurance claims or claims for damages and recommends an effective settlementclaims adjuster - one who investigates insurance claims or claims for damages and recommends an effective settlement
investigator - someone who investigates
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"This new requirement will ensure that integrity, honesty and ethical business practices are observed in the insurance adjuster business in the country," Funa said.
Raoul said scammers often take the form of an insurance adjuster, going door to door offering advice as to how homeowners can obtain insurance money for home repairs.
An insurance adjuster works to investigate the facts of a loss when a claim is involved.
Prior to Halstead, he honed his negotiation skills and client-focused approach as a commercial insurance adjuster in the Construction Risk division at AIG.
WORCESTER - A man who allegedly greeted an insurance adjuster with a gun on his hip and claimed he was a U.S.
Baldwin chose to hire a public insurance adjuster to work on his claim, so that he and his staff could begin work almost immediately from a temporary location, seeing patients several days each week.
Bill Lacovara, an insurance adjuster from Ventnor, New Jersey, found the bag full of 300 letters floating near a beach in Atlantic City where he was fishing, according to Reuters.
Pipe Guard is the brain child of entrepreneur Luke Brown, who set up his Coventry-based company Mavespace two years ago after spotting an underdeveloped market while working as an insurance adjuster.
Volunteers were busy covering the roof with a tarpaulin and awaiting word from the insurance adjuster. Their supplies had been depleted.
I can tell you as an insurance adjuster of 17 years who has inspected tens of thousands of roofs in the southern states: The organic shingles are always the problem roofs.
* To establish a claim, CPAs should work closely with an insurance adjuster to evaluate potential losses due to damage to the building and its contents, the partial or total disruption of operations and any other economic losses.
When she left it parked in front of her house pending a visit from an insurance adjuster, she was ticketed for having a broken headlight on three consecutive days.