NCJUA/NCIUA Approved Catastrophe Adjusters

Updated: 3/24/19

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The North Carolina Joint Underwriting Association (NCJUA), also known as the FAIR (Fair Access to Insurance Requirements) Plan, is a tax exempt association of insurance companies licensed to write and engage in writing property insurance coverage in North Carolina. The Association was created by law to act as a market of last resort to provide adequate basic property insurance to property owners having insurable property in North Carolina.

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is it worth it?

i have had my license for 2 years and haven't been called out not one time,your opinion is it worth renewing my license?or let it expire.just looking for your honest response.thank you in advance,dann

Posted: 05/09/2008 9:43 PM Replies: 5

Homeland Security & FEMA Discussions

Well , im wondering it they are on the right Track, do you have an opinion ?     

Posted: 05/20/2008 2:38 PM Replies: 2

Aircraft Adjusting

I am an experienced auto, RV and mobile home adjuster. However, I am interested in becoming an aircraft adjuster. I am an aircraft owner and have been flying for over 20 years. Does anyone know 

Posted: 09/12/2007 5:49 PM Replies: 5

This is a new diagraming tool from Google. It looks pretty interesting and powerful. There is a free version and a few demos.   FYI only

Posted: 11/12/2007 8:06 AM Replies: 2

2007 Version of Know before you Go.

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Posted: 08/11/2007 12:20 PM Replies: 32

Something to think about for you want-to-be-independents

I was sitting here going over my finances and added up what I have made so far this year.  So far this year, I have made 24k (this could change anytime depending on the weather) Then I started a

Posted: 07/31/2007 11:49 AM Replies: 22

Did the 2005 hurricane season make it harder to make money?

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Posted: 06/02/2007 5:47 PM Replies: 12

Chinese Drywall

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Posted: 11/03/2009 3:24 AM Replies: 33

Question for more experienced adjusters

Hello all, My IA firm is concluding its losses in the midwest and moving back to handle Gulf Coast claims.  I don't really want to go to LA and TX, as I'm only 4 hours from home here so my wife

Posted: 10/05/2008 2:59 PM Replies: 8

The New Toxic Tort

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Posted: 04/06/2009 3:10 AM Replies: 1