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Adjusters in Texas
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10/27/2011 4:30 PM

    Last month I took a Scope and Sketch course with 4 Cast Claims down in Stephenville...

    I went into this class with little actual adjusting experience but I had taken quite a few other classes and certs. (TWIA, FL Cit., NFIP ect) After finishing the class I very strongly felt like I could handle some claims.... Maybe not any commercial claims, but most certainly daily claims.

    This class is a must take course for the new adjuster or the experienced adjuster. Craig taught my class, and actually showed us after we went out and worked a large commercial claim, that it is possible to inspect 4 or 5 claims a day and keep the claims closed and finished. I know time is money in this industry and Craig showed my class a ton of things that every adjuster needs to know about saving time and getting your claims closed and accurate more importantly.

    I think they are having more classes in November and looking for daily adjusters. Check them out! Their training classes are top notch!!

     

    www.4castclaims.com

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    10/31/2011 2:12 AM
    Why does this seem like an ad??
    I want to die peacefully in my sleep like my grandfather, not screaming in terror like his passengers.
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    11/30/2011 2:15 PM
    Stormcrow, shoot me a pm and ill give you my cell phone number and you can call me and we will talk about what I learned in this Scope and Sketch class. This class was by no means a scam. IMO this is a sort of add, for a stand up company that taught me a lot more hands on adjusting than did some of the other courses that I have taken in the past for other companies.
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