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Last Post 03/18/2013 11:42 AM by  Jud G.
Engle Martin and Associates
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Alex_Chernov
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02/28/2013 11:35 PM

    Anybody dealt with them?

    Jud G.
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    03/01/2013 8:20 AM
    National firm that brings in adjusters from Crawford, CunLindsey, GAB. They mainly concentrate on GA level assignments and up. They compete with the likes of Crawford Technical, McLarens, and Vericlaim.
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    03/01/2013 11:06 AM
    Interesting. A fellow that I used to work with reached out to me. They are looking for a GA in NYC.
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    03/04/2013 3:25 PM
    Engle Martin & Associates, Inc. is a national IA and TPA/claims management firm.  Per comment above, respectfully, EMA does not bring outside IA firms in to adjust claims, unless a special arrangement is requested by the Client. EMA has a full-time claims staff spread throughout 44 offices.
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    03/08/2013 1:10 PM

    I hired them to work claims in Colorado for me when I was at my previous staff position. They did a top notch job cleaning up the mess another IA firm had made on a claim in the 500K to 1M dollar range. They have an exceptional former catadjusters working for them in Denver. I was extremely happy with the work they did for me and believe them to be a great company. I made them ICW's preferred vendor for Colorado and surrounding states.

    Steve Ebner CPCU AIC AMIM

    "With great power comes great responsibility." (Stanley Martin Lieber, Amazing Fantasy # 15 August 1962)
    Jud G.
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    03/18/2013 11:42 AM
    Hi Susan,

    Most of the time, when people post in these forums about a company, they are trying to find out information that will help them decide if they should pursue employment with them. My post was written to provide a little guidance on what past experience/background may be helpful in getting hired by EMA- not to help an outside firm get work from EMA.

    The implied information in my original post is that EMA does not hire 1099 adjusters to assist in doing their work. Most adjusters who come here fall under the classification of 1099 arrangements. My understanding is that arrangements for EMA employment are pretty much salaried staff or W2 only.
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