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0 Replies and 2040 Views Arizona Adjusting  2040  0 Started by  Jordan Flake Hey all, I just got my license to Adjust in AZ! I am looking to do daily claims but it looks like there isn't a whole lot of Firms that work in the South West US. Does anyone have any pointers I will be jumping on a CAT when one comes up but I kind of wanted to rely more on the daily claims. Thanks for any help! :No
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04/06/2016 4:03 PM
1 Replies and 3359 Views Eberls Conference  3359  1 Started by  ntm0272 I've gotten my license, gotten on the roster with Pilot and Eberls scheduled to go to Dallas for Eberls SF Auto Adjuster test the 25th.  Now do you think it would also be beneficial to go to Eberls conference in Dallas the 14th, 2-day course on Auto Adjusting for inside work available, which is where I want to end up for now.  i.e....call center.  Also waiting on drug test results with Pilot and then will schedule trip to Mobile for their 8-day auto training and eval.  Just ... :Yes
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by  KwanzaJump to last post
02/15/2016 8:36 PM
0 Replies and 3972 Views Ride Along  3972  0 Started by  Chad Bradford Greetings to all. I am looking to see if there are any adjusters (daily or otherwise) in the Dallas/Ft. Worth who would be interested in letting me ride long with them for a short period of time. I have looked at some older posts and realize this is an area of contention for many, so I apologize in advance. My brief background: Been licensed (catastrophe) for a couple of years, been on standby numerous time, but have yet to be called out. I was licensed though AdjusterPro, I have completed Amc... :Yes
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07/16/2015 5:24 PM
2 Replies and 9581 Views Staff Adjuster Looking to go Independent  9581  2 Started by  Deleted User Hello Everyone, I have viewed these forums for years and am finally writing my first post. I have read through questions about staff adjusters vs. I/A's, and have found both to be informative. I realize that many of you have questions about becoming a staff adjuster - so please don't be afraid to ask me any questions you may have. I have 10 years of experience with 3 different major insurance companies. I have worked auto and property, but for the majority of my career I have focused on propert... :No
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by  Deleted UserJump to last post
04/11/2015 1:09 AM
4 Replies and 8732 Views NCA Group  8732  4 Started by  jssistrunk I am new to the field and was wondering if anyone has had any positive or negative experiences with NCA Group. I am most likely deploying to the East Coast for them very soon and was wondering if some of the established hands had any former or current dealings with NCA Group. Thanks
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by  T CJump to last post
02/27/2015 10:24 AM
17 Replies and 18587 Views Thinking about a career change into claims  18587  17 Started by  Nick Hi Everyone, I am a 26 year old that has a strong background in construction. I have years of experience in residential remodeling and repairs. I graduated from college in 2009 with a degree in Technology Education (Bachelor of Science) k-12 looking to be a Technology teacher. When I graduated college I choose not to actually become a teacher and opened a construction company due to the lack of decent paying jobs. I have ran the company since 2009, this will be my 5th year. I've grown tir... :true
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by  MarcusJump to last post
02/25/2015 4:46 PM
1 Replies and 3549 Views Computer  3549  1 Started by  Brian Canfield I am setup with Eberl, Renfroe and Crawford. Crawford has their own cacti mate, does any.one else do work for them Do I need 2 computers Also I have Alabama, oklahoma, Florida, Mississippi, Kentucky, Minnesota, Tennessee licenses. I am just waiting in my TX to come. Any other recommendations I see in Nebraska I do not need an IA non res license, is hat correct Thanks for you help :No
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by  frank hargisJump to last post
12/22/2014 12:27 AM
0 Replies and 3531 Views Is Catastrophe Adjusting the Career for You?  3531  0 Started by  Rebecca Mother Nature doesn't know about recessions! Have you been thinking outside the box...or cubicle Are you looking for a new career that combines travel, adventure, and extraordinary pay, while assisting people who have sustained substantial loss from weather-related events Have you considered becoming a catastrophe adjuster Eric Gilkey, Editor-In-Chief of ClaimsMagazine, writes 'Most prospective catastrophe adjusters have the same questions: 'How do I become a catastrophe adjuster' a... :No
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07/01/2014 5:13 AM
0 Replies and 3499 Views Learn the most essential skills for adjusters  3499  0 Started by  Rebecca An insurance adjuster license is only the starting point in a new career. Xactimate, Symbility and Simsoltraining, practical adjusting course and hands-on training are next. See our fellow NACA Supporter that can show you how to improve your estimatingskills with multiple Software platforms at www.topadjuster.com   :No
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07/01/2014 5:03 AM
0 Replies and 3666 Views Calling any Erie auto field adjuters  3666  0 Started by  jspek9 So I have been working as senior field auto adjuster for a large carrier for a little over three years now and am considering a switch to Erie Insurance. I like where am at now but i'm also interested to see if there is anything better out there. I have read page after page of online reviews but there are very few from the auto field staff. is there anyone who is or was recently employed with them out there who can give me any real insight to the daily grind there as far as c... :No
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04/11/2014 3:04 PM
7 Replies and 19653 Views Criminal Background and Insurance adjusting in Texas  19653  7 Started by  rej69 I am embarking on a new career path after years of alcoholism. I have a domestic violence conviction (Being drunk at home) and a deferred felony for injury to a child (spanking my 12 year old while drinking). I want to know if there is a chance in hell of becoming certified. I have the class ordered, a family member who is a CAT adjuster to hold my hand and walk me through getting started, but do not know if I am wasting my time. Anyone who has overcome this barrier or knows of someone who has, ... :No
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by  CatAdjusterXJump to last post
03/15/2014 9:27 PM
2 Replies and 4223 Views Wanting to get into CAT adjusting  4223  2 Started by  Adam Mackey When I first got my License back in 2008. The whole reason I got my license was to one day work as a IA. Little bit about me I have worked for a couple of Carriers including Geico, Crawford & CO. and a few others and have worked as a Daily claim adjuster for about 4 years now. I am currently licensed in all states requiring a license. and also have been trained on xactimate. Before getting my license I worked at an architect firm sketching rooms and roofs. My questions is for someone li... :No
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by  RoyJump to last post
11/12/2013 10:58 AM
8 Replies and 5637 Views Hurricane Sandy  5637  8 Started by  ScopeDog What's your action plan I haven't seen anybody posting who they're on stand-by with.  I'm looking for 1st time deployment, anybody care to share any insight Thanks, and stay safe.
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by  CatAdjusterXJump to last post
09/07/2013 3:59 AM
10 Replies and 5795 Views Have license...How do I get hired?  5795  10 Started by  zombiedawg I took and passed the exam for becoming an adjuster last year. I do not have any experience in the insurance industry however and I am finding it hard to even get into it. Any advice
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by  zombiedawgJump to last post
09/04/2013 12:26 PM
2 Replies and 4629 Views Ray's Book  4629  2 Started by  Deleted User Hi All, I am a new adjuster and after having read through numerous posts for beginners, I noticed Ray Hall kept making an offer that no one took him up on and also mentioned he was writing a book about adjusting. As he passed away before I got into this industry and had an opportunity to take him up on his offer, I was curious if anyone knows if he actually finished his book and how I might be able to get a copy of it.  Thanks. :Yes
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by  CatAdjusterXJump to last post
08/08/2013 6:23 AM
5 Replies and 5283 Views Question: OJT  5283  5 Started by  Roy Question received from a visitor via supportcatadjuster.org;   I have been trying to get into the CAT adjuster industry for a while. My concern was to pay for all the training and then come home and no work.Is it at all possible to go OJT with all these storms then get license later
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by  AcceleratedAdjusterJump to last post
06/07/2013 2:57 PM
41 Replies and 15567 Views Newbie Adjuster Advice  15567  41 Started by  Zach
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Greetings! My name is Zach and I recently got my GA adjusters license in August and I'm looking for a little advice on how to get started and get more involved in the industry. I know a couple of independent adjusters here in Athens and they are assigned a couple of claims here and there but I'm thinking I want to start out working for a company for the first couple of years until I get some experience under my belt. I know that Crawford looks for experienced adjusters but unfortuately I don't h...
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by  guycarrJump to last post
05/11/2013 4:38 PM
3 Replies and 8878 Views Bad Credit Disqualify New Adjuster?  8878  3 Started by  James My credit was perfect until 2009, Then I was out of work for a while, and my credit record tanked bad.  I was 60,90, even 180 days late reported for a long time (years) before I caught up. Never defaulted on my mortgage or car loans but the payment history is bad until about 2 years ago. Two collection accounts I was unaware of are on my credit report.  They did not have my contact information so I was never notified.   When I found out and contacted me, they had offered a 50 pay...
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by  JOHN CJump to last post
04/21/2013 4:16 PM
14 Replies and 7861 Views Training offer  7861  14 Started by  TexasPride Hello,    I have recently became a licensed all-lines adjuster. I'm registered for Haag and NFIP certification courses within the next 2 weeks. I took an Xactimate class (no certification), but it was a breeze for me. I was miles ahead of my class, and I really loved using Xactimate. I've practiced using Xactimate on my house, and several others.    I've been in contact with a firm who has decided to go ahead and offer me a 'conditional offer of employment contingent on a ...
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by  CatAdjusterXJump to last post
02/14/2013 9:50 PM
3 Replies and 6528 Views Advice on how to get into daily claims  6528  3 Started by  texasaggie I would like some advice and thought this would be the best place to get it.  I am getting back into the Cat Adjuster field after being away for 15 years.  I was an adjuster years ago and loved it but got out and got a 'regular job' when my wife had twins.  Now that they are in high school and my wife is a stay at home mom, I feel this is a good time.  My question finally..., How do I get into 'daily claims' while still wanting to work Cat claims when they come up  I as...
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by  LelandJump to last post
02/14/2013 2:47 AM
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