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Sample Completed Claim
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10/21/2013 8:41 PM

    Does anyone out there have a sample completed claim that a new adjuster could look over, maybe get an Idea of what a well put together claim looks like. You could black out the names, just something that a Newly Licensed adjuster could get familiar with. I completed my licensing with AdjusterPro, However, did not receive a "Sample" of what a completed claim might look like. I know that there are many variables, and I don't want to use it as a template or anything. Just would like to see what a fine estimate might look like.

    All of the Adjusting sites and Communities have been very helpful, so much useful and educational material and so many experienced Adjuster willing to help the Newly Licensed. I really can't wait to be doing this full time.

     

    Thank you in advance 

     

    Pio Romano

    Orlando, FL

    407-494-1005

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    10/21/2013 10:32 PM
    Posted By pioromano on 10/21/2013 8:41 PM

    Does anyone out there have a sample completed claim that a new adjuster could look over, maybe get an Idea of what a well put together claim looks like. You could black out the names, just something that a Newly Licensed adjuster could get familiar with. I completed my licensing with AdjusterPro, However, did not receive a "Sample" of what a completed claim might look like. I know that there are many variables, and I don't want to use it as a template or anything. Just would like to see what a fine estimate might look like.

    All of the Adjusting sites and Communities have been very helpful, so much useful and educational material and so many experienced Adjuster willing to help the Newly Licensed. I really can't wait to be doing this full time.

     

    Thank you in advance 

     

    Pio Romano

    Orlando, FL

    407-494-1005

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    Pio,

    the thing is a sample claim is not objective. Further, different carriers would say one claim is on the money whilst the other would say who wrote this, a rookie first year PA?

    Example, Safeco in all their wisdom have decided to instruct their IA's on a standard HO-3 policy to limit painting in a room with one or two damaged walls and or ceiling to the damage itself, matching be damned. Further, they have a cash bonus for those IA's who keep claims under 10K

    Although I think what Safeco is doing is stupid and simply setting up their IA's for a fall and a bad faith action, the fact is a good estimate is whatever the carrier says it is...............

    "A good leader leads..... ..... but a great leader is followed !!" CatAdjusterX@gmail.com
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    10/23/2013 2:17 PM
    To bad, Pio, that you got involved with AdjusterPro! Remember, those that can't, teach.

    Anytime you have a specific question post on this forum. You may have to put up with cranky adjusters, but the information is free.

    There are CADO members with decades of experience in any aspect of insurance appraisal and adjusting.
    "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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