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Tips for Staying Focused While Self-Employed

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The freedom of self employment is a perk of being an IA, but there are also challenges. This post gives tips for staying focused while self-employed.

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How to get further in your career as a claims aduster faster!

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Here are the 5 things you need to be while being social online and in person in order to further your claims adjuster career faster!

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7 Tips to Lower Fire Risk and How Your City Rank for Fire Risk

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The Hartford Home Fire Index has identified 100 U.S. cities with the highest fire risk. How do you think your city ranks? The top five cities for fire risk are the following...

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ADJUSTER VS. CONTRACTOR: IMPROVE CONTRACTOR INSPECTIONS

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Independent adjusters are sometimes required to meet with a contractor to review damages. An adjuster’s goal is to reach an agreement with the contractor and work toward a speedy claim closure. Many contractors are reasonable professionals but, sometimes their goal is to increase their profit margin. In this article, you will learn a few tips to improve contractor inspections.

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STAFF, INDEPENDENT, PUBLIC AND CAT ADJUSTERS

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Staff adjusters, independent adjusters, and CAT adjusters all work for insurance companies. Public adjusters work for the policy holder. An adjuster will assess the damage to property and/or person, determine the insurance coverage, investigate the claim, and negotiate a settlement. Each type of adjuster works in a different type of setting with varying daily schedules.

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BENEFITS OF OPERATING UNDER A BUSINESS ENTITY

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Being classified as an independent contractor (or a small business enterprise), rather than an employee, has its pros and cons. Having the power to negotiate and charge what you think is fair for your services, deciding what hours you will work, and flexibility of work location are all great features of working as an independent contractor.

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TIPS TO BUILDING A SOLID RESUME AND PLATFORM

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When it comes to getting a job as an independent claims adjuster, the resume is an important part of the process. It seems, however, that resumes are going out of style. What does that mean for you? Social media and blogs are starting to replace the traditional resumes, so you may need to start rethinking and revamping your social media presence.

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DON’T ADJUST WITHOUT E/O LIABILITY INSURANCE

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Errors and Omissions (“E/O”) Liability Insurance is a must-have for independent adjusters. No matter how good you are at your job, and no matter how meticulous your records, you can’t escape the fact that you’re still human and bound to make a mistake every now and again.

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JUGGLING MULTIPLE INDEPENDENT ADJUSTING FIRMS

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If you are anything like me who has one of those jobs that require travel, you’re in this business – first and foremost – to make money and secure your financial future; everything after that comes in second.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT SHINGLE WARRANTIES

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Shingles, like many other products on the open market, are often sold with warranties. These warranties help to comfort buyers and provide a guarantee for their large investment. Shingle manufacturers often offer extremely appealing warranties, sometimes offering their customers protection for up to 50 years after the purchase is made.

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