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Last Post 09/12/2017 2:12 PM by  wfiles
Flood Adjuster Survey
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12/01/2016 4:24 PM

    To All Flood Adjusters. Please take the time to take a 15 question survey by Flood Professional Claims Association.

    YOUR participation is APPRECIATED.

    Please click the link below:

    FloodPCA Survey


    09/12/2017 2:12 PM
    Hill Country Claims Management presently has multiple clients in Florida as a result of Hurricane Irma. We will need field and in house adjusters, claim reviewers, CSR's, and team leads. There will also be property (commercial and residential), flood, RCBAP and Mobile Home losses.
    Fee Schedule (I can send Fee Schedule to you now if needed) details along with claims handling protocols will be provided upon arrival at orientation. 
    Adjusters currently working but interested should respond with an approximate date of availability by reply email. Please let us know if you are available for immediate deployment. We appreciate your kind and professional consideration. If you have already responded to this email please disregard.

    Walter Randall (Randy) Files CPCU
    Claims Supervisor
    Hill Country Claims Management
    and Notary Public
    (281) 450-8535
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