Post Number: 17
|Posted on Saturday, August 03, 2002 - 12:09 pm: |
I wanted to just put my two cents worth on Gene and Theresa. I also have worked with both on several occasions and I Love them both. They are great people and they know how to make a storm run and work smoothly. Like Tom said though if you don't want to do the job CORRECTLY the first time then you probably will desire to stay home. I love working for them whenever I can.
Post Number: 88
|Posted on Saturday, August 03, 2002 - 9:15 am: |
Janice and I just said good bye this morning to Gene and Theresa Linne, two of the best in the industry. Yep, Gene is laid back and yep, that is his saying. As long as you perform your tasks correctly, Gene can be your best friend, but let me repeat, DO YOUR TASKS PROPERLY. He will not allow a messy product to go out, which is good for the adjuster and certainly is good for Cunningham Lindsey. I find Randy Gray, the Cat Vice President to be equally as committed to a good adjuster. Janice and I have worked with this crew for five years now and I can say without hesitation, that they are among the best in the industry. If you perform as you should, they will let you do your thing without hanging over your backside. Of course the key phrase here is, DO IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME.
If you get an opportunity to work with Cunningham Lindsey and you are diligent in your work, try them, you will like them. If you are a turn em and burn em adjuster, stay away. They want correct estimates and the proper reports, as well it should be.
Be safe out there, practice common sense, be ladder safe, and during slack time, learn, learn, learn. Never be satisfied with complacency and always maintain a positive attitude.
Post Number: 394
|Posted on Saturday, August 03, 2002 - 7:25 am: |
My good friend, the well loved and highly laid back Gene Murphy, Storm Claims Manager for Lindsey Cunningham, has an old saying which he is fond of sharing with claims adjusters, especially newer ones: "No Good Deed Goes Unpunished"
Over the years, I'm sure Gene and others have watched with interest and amazement as one after another an adjuster does the wrong thing for all the right reasons, only to have it come back and bite said adjuster on the butt.
Here is a thread for all of those who have been 'bitten' to tell their stories.
And when anyone sees Gene, please tell him I said Hello and have never forgotten the lessons he taught me. Gene's a classic and a class act in this industry sine qua non!