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Crawford and Co Dallas seminar
Last Post 05/25/2010 11:21 PM by BARBHARTHCOCK. 1 Replies.
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05/20/2010 11:06 PM
    Tomorrow my wife and I will be finishing up a 5 day seminar that Crawford and Company has put on in Dallas and I have to say it has been an excellent seminar! They have provided plenty of learning opportunities on Xactimate/Sketch, commercial claim handling, wind vs surge info., licensing and sat. roof measurements.  They also provided classes that gave certifications in CA EQ, TWIA, NFIP and some of their larger clients, and a chunk of the sessions also provided CE credits in various states. And on top of all of this, the entire seminar was free, lunches provided and adjusters only had to pick up travel costs, hotel and evening meals. The people at Crawford did a great job putting this together and are a class act.  I would recommend that the adjusters on this site check out this company for education opportunities in the future like this.
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    05/25/2010 11:21 PM
    I also attended the Crawford conference in Dallas. All I can really add to this is I was definitely impressed with this company and their staff. I hope I have the opportunity to work for this company. I have been an adjuster since 1994 and have attended many conferences, but I must say this was probably the best.
    Barbara Harthcock
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