Best internet options? Do you guys use air cards?
I'm thinking of renting a small office to work out of and I do not know if I should buy regular internet access via DSL or cable, or get a wireless card?
IF I get wireless, I can use it
Posted: 09/16/2012 9:46 AM Replies: 4
how to adj for risk?
I have a couple of questions. How can a adjuster put a priice on risk? Ive been trying to find out how when we have a claim that is a price that is a covered cost. How can a adjuster tell me that he i
Posted: 04/14/2009 5:23 PM Replies: 17
In my 20-something years, I can probably count all the times I have added permits to an estimate on one foot and still have a little piggy or two left to go to the market or have some roast beef.
Posted: 02/09/2010 4:31 PM Replies: 11
had a short
attempts to spread
more of the cost to
places that have
less of the risk.
Posted: 06/23/2009 2:29 PM Replies: 0
The perfect Restoration Contractor
To start off I have to say this is one of the greatest resources I have found as an Insurance Restoration Contractor. This is my first post as you can see, but I do "alot" of reading on here.
Posted: 12/16/2009 1:32 PM Replies: 6
Are you working???
Are you working, if so daily or cat? And how long have you been lic. I think it will be a huge eye opener too many people how many people are not working. I had a friend recently
Posted: 01/24/2010 3:40 AM Replies: 30
Adjusting Firm Question
I know its a weird question but just curious, What (if any) licenses do you have to have to START an adjusting firm in Texas (or for that matter any state).
Posted: 08/09/2012 5:56 PM Replies: 2
Who Pays for the E & O
Just wondering out loud here.
When you work for a vendor do they pay for E & O or do you?
Posted: 11/02/2010 3:37 AM Replies: 12
Not the Run of the Mill Theft Claim....
Here is a copy of a story on a theft loss that I'm sure turned into a claim against the victim's insurance carrier. This was in the Insurance Journal a couple days ago, but this article here is
Posted: 06/03/2008 4:59 PM Replies: 4
Do you think you can settle this loss ?
The insured had a roof claim in 2008 Ike, and a grease fire in 2009. The policy is a HO-3 You worked both losses and used xmate. Both were full assignments. The carrier notified you to work the total
Posted: 05/14/2010 2:46 PM Replies: 1