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Jim Flynt (Jim)
Posted on Thursday, May 18, 2000 - 12:57 pm:   

An excellent article entitled Farmers Test Pilot Re-engineers Claims Process can be found at the Farmers Insurance Company website:

The article discusses how Farmers Insurance is trying to revolutionize the claims process through the use of advanced technology.

My personal Thanks to Vicki Noland, a CADO Member, for bringing this article to our attention and sharing it with us.
old dog
Posted on Thursday, May 18, 2000 - 11:26 am:   

Yes 40 years is a long time in this up and down, chicken today, feathers tomorrow business! I enjoy hearing the stories of my good friend who has not only been in the business 51 years, but he has CONTINUOUSLY made a living at it! He has seen a lot of changes come and go, and he considers himself fortunate that he's never had to flip burgers or greet at Wal-Mart,,,,, or anything other than adjusting,and he's still going strong, climbs roofs with the best of them, handles any type of property claim and is well past 70 years old,,,,what a goal to shoot for!!!
Posted on Thursday, May 18, 2000 - 10:48 am:   

Great article! We have so much power to hurt or to help after a major loss. Taking that extra 15 minutes and showing you care can not only mean a lot to people, it will often save you a lot of time later.
Jim Flynt (Jim)
Posted on Thursday, May 18, 2000 - 8:56 am:   

Dealing with Disaster: How to Ease Trauma Felt by Insureds appears in the May issue of Claims Magazine. The article is available for your viewing at

The article gives adjusters some ideas that could be very helpful in dealing with insuredís that have suffered large and major losses.

Itís worth your time to read this timely and informative article.

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