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Thoughts on setting up an estimate in Simsol
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ChuckDeaton
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12/17/2012 4:10 PM
    If you are interested in a book we put together to assist flood adjusters we are assisting email me, cfdeaton@gmail.com, and ask. It is free, we are not Adjuster Pro.
    "Prattling on and on about being an ass with experience doesn't make someone experienced. It just makes you an ass." Rod Buvens, Pilot grunt
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    07/16/2013 12:29 PM

    I am interested in reading your book, as I recently change over to Simsol.  Thx for your assistance!  Mark

     

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    09/16/2013 10:02 AM

    Chuck

     I received the compiled docs in reference to handling a flood loss. I have added the information to my library. Information in this industry can make the difference between us being a average or excellent adjuster. Thanks for your help and continued contribution to the CADO site.

    S. Miller

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    09/16/2013 6:40 PM
    If anyone is wanting to get an idea of how simsol works then take Chuck up on his offer. The screenshots alone on setting up a claim are priceless. I consider myself to be pretty proficient with Simsol and flood and I learned a few things myself from Chuck's packet. Its a great service he's giving away and best yet its FREE which is not something you normally find in our adjusting world!

    Thanks Chuck!!!!!!
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    10/08/2013 11:48 AM

    Many thanks to Chuck for the Simsol information. Just started going through it with lots left to review and already seeing ways to improve my work. He has offered this information at no charge to those who request it. Don't see why more people don't take him up on the offer. 

    Thanks Again!

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    11/06/2013 12:25 PM

    I went ahead and requested this from Chuck saying "I know enough to know that I do not know enough", and while a lot of the info was pretty standard, and anyone working flood should have a reasonable knowledge of the info, some of the info was nothing short of great. Different perspectives, same end result, and overall a genuine learning experience.

    I highly recommend that if anyone wants to know what can be shown on paper (there is always something in the field that is not covered in manuals after all), be you an experienced flood adjuster or a newbie, and whether you have had an NFIP license for years and never used it or you are just getting into flood, you ask Chuck real nicely for the package he has taken the time to put together. I have already taken the liberty of passing it on to a few of our seasoned adjusters who have not worked much flood, and they too are singing Chuck's praises.

     

    Thanks, Chuck.

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    11/07/2013 11:04 AM
    Very pleased to know that the miracle that is the Internet is being used to pass this information on.

    Should anyone wish to contribute to the free flood package, please do so. Just email your material to me, our group will loosely evaluate and most likely include your contribution.

    Hopefully this free material will assist.

    Thanks to Leland Coontz, Mark Travis, Anthony DeAngelo, Jim Davidson and Wally Burfine for contributions and just being great guys.

    "still much to learn"
    "Prattling on and on about being an ass with experience doesn't make someone experienced. It just makes you an ass." Rod Buvens, Pilot grunt
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