Insurance Adjusting Real Property Claims

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Eiram Publishing, 2011 - 192 pages
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Congratulations on your decision to gain the skills that will enable you to become a top insurance claims adjuster. The position of an insurance adjuster requires attention to detail, critical thinking skills, exceptional judgment, decision-making capability, and an understanding of your responsibility to both the homeowner and the insurance company. As a property claims adjuster, you will apply the knowledge, tools, and skills necessary to ensure that property claims settlements are processed speedily and that settlement is fair to all parties. You will assist people in navigating the many responsibilities relating to a personal property claim while providing the support necessary to assist the insured in recovering from a difficult period in their lives. The professionalism you will bring to the field helps to ensure that the insurer is protected from false, expanded, and fraudulent claims. Positions within the field of insurance claims are stable, challenging, and present an exceptional opportunity for personal and career growth. Individuals and business owners purchase insurance to help protect them against losses that may occur due to events beyond their control. When a loss occurs, the policyholder will seek monetary assistance from the insurance company that has issued a policy that protects their home or business. When a loss occurs, the insurance claims adjuster's primary duties are to investigate and evaluate each element of the claim, negotiate claim payment settlements and ensure that the claim process is closed in a manner that is fair and just for all parties. This course provides the fundamental knowledge, tools, and skills that you need to start on the path to adjusting career success.
 

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Contents

Defining a Claim
Claim Categories and Coverage
Loss of
Coverage and Cause
Extent of Loss
Automatic Adjustments
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