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Last Post 09/05/2009 9:39 PM by  margar1
T&E vs. Fee Schedule
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09/03/2009 11:23 PM
    I am working as a research assistant for someone writing an article for Claims Magazine. The subject matter is exploring the differences between working files on a T&E basis verses working on a fee schedule, mainly on catastrophe claims. What are your thoughts and do you have experience working both ways? What are the good points and bad points for each method? Which way do you figure you can make the most money?  When working on a fee schedule, do you have an incentive to write the estimate "heavy" in order to increase the fee? Any other aspect on the subject as well is welcome.
    I am compiling the information from adjusters while the writer is getting the information from vendor companies and both domestic carriers and the London market. Your anonymity will be completely protected unless you give specific approval to be quoted. Please send your thoughts directly to stormsupport06@aol.com - DO NOT POST YOUR REMARKS HERE.  ~Thank you!~
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    09/05/2009 9:39 PM

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