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adjuster

(ă-jŭs′tĕr)
A device for holding together the ends of the wire forming a suture.
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The Problem: Florida's recent spate of hurricanes has exposed a need for public adjuster reforms.
By helping the adjuster set and maintain adequate claim reserves, you can minimize expenses and reduce the time you spend on each case, increasing your productivity.
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Using the models, trainers show new adjusters how to anticipate, recognize and estimate monetary values for all kinds of damage.
Show the adjuster your manual and identify the various skills that were taught.
Severaid is licensed as a Public Insurance Adjuster in 20 states and is regularly invited to share his views as a public speaker and expert on the topics of major property damage, insurance claims, and disaster recovery.
If a policyholder is considering hiring a public adjuster, the department also urges consumers to check the adjuster's license and make sure they are properly licensed and in good standing.
How can an adjuster keep all of these factors in mind and achieve true "indemnification"?
The adjuster should know what type of damages to expect and where to look for the damages or when to note open items or areas for more invasive examination or testing by an expert or contractor.
With the lack of landfall for any major hurricane, the Public Adjusters find people have a tendency to fall into a state of complacency or “hurricane amnesia,” and with this comes a belief that “nothing bad can happen” or “my insurance company will help if a hurricane hits.