average adjuster


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average adjuster

n
1. (Insurance) a person who calculates average claims, esp for marine insurance. See average4
2. (Professions) a person who calculates average claims, esp for marine insurance. See average4
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The study by the Pacific Research Institute into (https://www.claimsjournal.com/news/midwest/2013/06/07/230384.htm) state licensing requirements,"Breaking Down Barriers," found that the average adjuster holds between 10 and 12 different state licenses, with each costing as much as $1,000.
is the photo "Tranquility at Sea." Benson shares that he is an average adjuster by profession which is unique and rare in the Philippines.
Following the official report, interest holders should file a request with an accredited Average Adjuster for adjusting the loss.
"Our average adjuster has 19 years of experience," Buchmueller said.
Marine insurance gave rise to the need for marine surveyors, men trained in understanding ships and the hulls, sails, boilers or other equipment, and many of these surveyors, in addition to providing an insurer a report about the condition of a vessel prior to an underwriter insuring it, would also be the average adjuster (the term used for marine claim adjusters) in the event of a loss to a ship or its cargo.
Our average adjuster has 18 years experience, and that is extraordinary in this business.
More specifically, the question was hypothetical: "What would Medicare have spent on PACE enrollees in an FFS environment had they not been the subject of a special payment program?" Because the appropriateness of the frailty adjuster will depend on the needs of the enrollee population, and the characteristics of that population vary by site, we focused on the development of a model that could be used to set site-specific rates, rather than on the determination of a single best national average adjuster. Given the potential variability of PACE enrollee characteristics, we focused our analysis on PACE-eligible individuals (i.e., those who met NHC and age eligibility criteria), rather than on enrollees in PACE programs.
It is usually carried out by a professional average adjuster. The adjustment will then be produced and the contributions of the various parties calculated.
By creating dozens of them, managers are assuming that the average adjuster can never be trusted to use his own style in practically any situation that arises.
3-he March figures were up by 2.5 percent for adjusters over the previous year, although average adjuster earnings in March were down 2.5 percent as well.
You must also take into account the human element and understand what make an average adjuster tick.
In 2004, the average adjuster salary is $57,344, which compares favorably to last year's $48,000.