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Last Post 01/22/2007 12:25 PM by  Tom Rongstad
Liability Insurance?
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Tom Toll
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01/15/2007 12:57 AM
Rob, I hope this is not your first and last post. You must realize that there are those whose arrogance only displays their ignorance. Spelling is important, but to misspell a word, is not the end of the world. One can always use MS Word and check spelling if they are unsure. I personally don't think there is such a thing as a dumb question. I would rather have someone ask a question, which is smart, than those who do not ask, which displays a lower intelligence level.
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01/15/2007 9:42 PM
Since this started as a quest for E&O, I have posted a short list of the source I recently found at http://www.catadjuster.org/Forums/C...fault.aspx

It is by no means a complete list, but probably get you what you need.
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01/16/2007 12:39 AM

Rob,

I think you meant advice instead of advise.

I am glad to see you were stimulated enough to get off the fence and make your first post. I do regret that you chose to make it a personal attack on me instead of something positive. In your post you seem to be "spouting off and showing my ignorance" to quote you. It is easy to do when you read something that you really deem to be asinine.Cudos on circumventing censorship by not directing "spouting off and showing my ignorance" directly at me, but by inference. This is the method preferred by one of the moderators.

What I post tends to be truthful and not misleading. I do not give anyone a false sense of security. Instead of getting offended one should ask if there is any truth to what I post.

If someone ask a question you do not like just hit the back button and go to the next post.

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Mike Kunze
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01/16/2007 3:41 AM
And clicking on the "submit" button one time is enough.
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Tom Toll
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01/16/2007 9:49 AM
That submit mistake was taken care of Mike, by Larry's favorite moderator.
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01/17/2007 7:21 PM

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01/20/2007 10:28 PM
Thanks very much guys.  I've decided not to reply to Larry again, or ask any questions for a while.  I'll just be content to read and learn from the pros ( no attempt to spell the entire word for fear of chastizement)
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01/21/2007 10:37 AM
Bud,
I wouldn't let the attitude or opinion of one person discourage you from participation in the forums. Just ignore them and go about having discussions with others in the forums. I don't know of one person out there that hasn't asked what others feel is a "stupid question", and it is my opinion that the only stupid question is the one that isn't asked. It would be nice if all people in our profession would encourage others to get in the business and assist them in that endeavor, but that is not the case. There will always be those who feel threatened by new people getting into our line of work as they feel they will lose work because of it. Our business, like most, has a natural attrition rate and part of that is the survival of the fittest method, primarily in the slow years. 2006 was a slow year for a lot of people in adjusting, but it wasn't the first or worst, and it won't be the last. I for one wish you luck in the business, as it is a great business to be in.
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01/21/2007 11:26 PM
Thanks Steve.   I'm pretty tough skinned, so I'm not bothered easily.  Just a little gun-shy now I suppose.  I really do enjoy this forum though.  VERY helpful.

Also, I've been in business for a long time, so I understand lean years, but I've learned that if you handle your money well, you'll be o.k.

I'm not worried about that aspect of all.  Just nervous about handling claims properly from the start, so that the insured is taken care of and nothing gets kicked back.

Thanks again for your comments and the others' too.
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01/22/2007 11:37 AM
Bud: Many people on this site will help you get started as well as Claims Mentor. A few will even review some of you work product to help you.
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