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Last Post 08/29/2009 4:33 AM by  Tom Toll
Claims Embracers
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D Groves

08/28/2009 12:48 PM

    I've been called many things over the years but never a 'Claims Embracer' - fondly or otherwise. But hey, maybe we claims pros need more touchy-feely titles.



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    Veteran Member

    08/28/2009 1:08 PM
    Some of those crusty old Texas Adjusters are likely to get arrested if they start embracing their claims.
    Steve Ebner CPCU AIC AMIM

    "With great power comes great responsibility." (Stanley Martin Lieber, Amazing Fantasy # 15 August 1962)
    Tom Toll
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    08/29/2009 4:33 AM

    My favorite title is Claims Facilitator. Just makes you feel all warm and mushy.

    Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.
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