|Posted on Friday, April 07, 2000 - 7:36 pm: |
guys- for whatever it's worth- state farm apparently over-estimated the claim numbers in this storm, & called in too many adjusters. result was that some adjusters were released from storm after only 2 or 3 days. it's questionable if some guys, particulary the ones who drove/flew in from out of state, made enough to cover expenses. not to mention wasting their time on a poor assignment when they could have held out for a better one. that's something to think about on any future call-out. better ask for guaranteed expenses, if not a guaranteed minimum, before rolling.
|Posted on Monday, April 03, 2000 - 8:30 am: |
Hey PHANTOM, got more work than I can do now
|Posted on Sunday, April 02, 2000 - 12:06 pm: |
FLASH & HUTT:
Closing claims for one and cooking burgers for the other four. Got the picture? If you two would get a job flipping burgers, you could have the inside skinny too.
|Posted on Sunday, April 02, 2000 - 9:52 am: |
CSA Inc. IS RUNNING HARD I HEAR
|Jim Hutt (Hutt)
|Posted on Saturday, April 01, 2000 - 7:58 pm: |
hey phantom where is your source of info i have not been able to confirm your reports
|Posted on Saturday, April 01, 2000 - 4:12 pm: |
THANKS PHANTOM, would you be one of those in the DFW area?
|Posted on Saturday, April 01, 2000 - 1:11 pm: |
Yes. Since you are talking about Renfroe, you have to be talking about State Farm's vendors or contractors. All five of State Farm's vendors are furnishing an equal amount of adjusters for the Dallas/Fort Worth and East Texas area storms. (30 each or 150 total)
I am settling claims for one contractor and flipping burgers for all five at the same time.
|Posted on Saturday, April 01, 2000 - 12:53 pm: |
Has anyone found out who other than Renfroe is handling the storms in Ft. Worth and surrounding area?