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Last Post 12/26/2010 2:20 PM by  Ray Hall
Not ethical-hmm
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12/26/2010 2:10 PM

    Regular claims and cat. claims are alike, but not the same. Many cat. vendors enforce the rule of no kick backs including lunch or drinks with contractors is grounds for instant termination. {all for good reasons}. As a staff and local IA for many years who worked only regular claims/losses in my home city it was common practice to go to legal seminars on new law put on by the large defense lawyers who did insurance work one time a year for most of the CE credits need to renew your license. The large national smoke-water remediation contractors also did 4-8 hour seminars CE credits and lunch and sometimes a one hour mixer.

    I spotted a three day axactimate class (free) in South Michigan in January 2011. If cat. adjusters attend do they cross into "crooked" storm adjuster bracket. I say no. They are smart to get something of value by spending their time and expense to attend classes that cost about $375.00 in the"blood sucker" market .Goodwill and advertising has been paid back many times to the lawyers and vendors who offer "free seminars & CE,s.Give it a try in 2011.

     

     

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    12/26/2010 2:20 PM

    This is a follow up on blood suckers. What would hundreds of new adjuster do if a "vendor" would put on on an interactive computer session of two hours per night for 10 weeks and put all the people who made over 90% on the A list for deployment.... FOR FREE.... would they be able to find some good people ?

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