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Daily Claims Jobs in Georgia

For the past few years I have done the Cat. deployment to different parts of the U.S. But most recently I have been trying to find companies that are looking for daily claims adjuster not, 

Posted: 04/06/2009 7:23 AM Replies: 4

Change of Profession? (experienced large loss and cat adjuster)

I appreciate if you'd let me pick your brains for a moment here. I've got about a decade's of heavy cat adjuster experience (working in house for one of the major carriers) and about 5+ solid years o

Posted: 06/24/2018 7:35 AM Replies: 0

Slow....Slow......Slow....

Is it just me or is it super slow out there? No CATs......Not much Daily Work. Not much going on since the South Texas Hail Storm!!

Posted: 05/14/2012 4:04 PM Replies: 4

Hurricane Sandy, Could she have a nasty surprise waiting for the NE CONUS

At this time a rapidly strengthening hurricane is going to cross Jamaica, Cuba and the Bahamas. But what then. Some modleing is suggesting a sub tropical blow to the NE with widespread 60 to 70 mph wi

Posted: 10/24/2012 8:47 AM Replies: 24

Environmental Adjusting

Im interested in some additional information on what jobs may be available for environmental adjusters. As well as what classes/certification one would need to take in order to work these claims. &nb

Posted: 06/12/2010 5:26 PM Replies: 3

contractor reconciliations

Hi All- I've been at this for quite some time now, but I always am interested in fine tuning the techniques. Please weigh in on how you would deal with the following adjuster/contractor scenarios:

Posted: 12/21/2006 8:09 AM Replies: 6

Apartment House Carport Collapse-Subrogation ??

This is the DFW area for storm far the Thursday 12 inch wet snow fall an amount that goes back to 1917. This is far from a slam dunk for the auto owner or the carriers. Most auto carriers are member o

Posted: 02/14/2010 11:22 AM Replies: 6

Cat vs. Staff

So, here I am now in Crawford cat department. Doing pretty good, I have some work, and hopefully, will have some more. BUT!  I am starting to have some thoughts about going staff with Crawford, y

Posted: 09/20/2009 10:56 PM Replies: 10

Can You Name this Shingle?

I received this photo from a fellow adjuster working in Arkansas, asking what kind of shingle this is, and I don't have a clue. It's the same thickness as a 20 year 3-tab. If anyone can identif

Posted: 07/13/2009 5:29 AM Replies: 9

Adjuster needs help.

  I was served today by a TX Constable.  Here is the situation.  A friend of mine and I we were working IKE claims together and he fell off a roof.  He broke his heel, and an

Posted: 05/01/2009 5:38 AM Replies: 11