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Looking for daily work in the panhandle area if anyone has a lead for me out there.  I'm located in Pensacola, Fl. and ready to go. Thanks everyone

Posted by Benton James Long on July 15, 2014 at 3:05pm 1 Comment

Looking for daily work in the panhandle area if anyone has a lead for me out there.  I'm located in Pensacola, Fl. and ready to go.

Thanks everyone

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Want to do a ride along with someone in dfw

Posted by Mike McNulty on June 19, 2014 at 8:36am 0 Comments

Looking to do a ride along with a adjuster just to get a feel for the real deal

Nebraska hail storms

Posted by Joshua Hughes on June 17, 2014 at 6:11pm 5 Comments

Anyone getting work out of the hail storms in Denver or Omaha this week. Its not that busy in Alabama right now. Anyone know of any adjusting companies deploying people yet? These 5 or 6 daily claims a week is not cutting it. 

Ride along/Teerain/Apprentice

Posted by Robin Cole on June 4, 2014 at 8:27am 0 Comments

Ride along/Teerain/Apprentice…

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To staff or not to Staff?

Posted by Raul Nolasco on May 19, 2014 at 12:43pm 0 Comments

I have just cleared my course and am a Florida Certified Adjuster. I will soon be submitting my application to be licensed in the state of Florida but am left with a lingering question. Should I go straight for Independent or Staff? I have…

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ESTIMATE WRITING

Posted by Michael Bowie on May 2, 2014 at 3:20pm 0 Comments

Interested in writing insurance estimates for recent storms.  Have 10 years experience in estimates.  Very knowledgeable with Xactimate and other pricing programs.  Available to work NOW.  Contact Mike Bowie at…

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Adjusters may have a free directory listing sitting out there!

Posted by Lily Cowsar on April 28, 2014 at 2:43pm 0 Comments

To All Independent Adjusters --

You might have a FREE directory listing sitting out on ClaimsResources.com. It costs nothing to check and see.

If you have one, this is a good thing, as ClaimsResources.com is a site designed to…

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Creating a Free Directory Listing on ClaimsResources.com

Posted by Lily Cowsar on April 28, 2014 at 1:58pm 0 Comments

I'm new to FOATA. It appears to be a WONDERFUL community site for adjusters! So when I mention getting a free directory listing on the ClaimsResources.com site, I am in no way meaning that one site is a replacement for the other. On the contrary,…

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Experienced in Xactimate Sketch?

Posted by Ridge Top Roof Sketch Service on April 26, 2014 at 6:10pm 2 Comments

Good evening,

Ridge Top Roof Sketch Service is growing at an incredible rate and we are currently looking for 6-8 highly experienced Xactimate sketch professionals to add to our roster. We have attached a sample of a sketch that is…

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Xactimate 28.....need to vent.

Posted by Kevin Stamper on March 4, 2014 at 6:01am 5 Comments

Two words that cannot be used in the same sentence.  Xactimate.   And Customer Service.  What company shuts down their customer service for an industry like ours that does not sleep?????  At least if I had to use an etch-a-sketch I would know…

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THE PARADOX OF SPAM FILTERS & OUR INDUSTRY

Started by Wil Panduro in General Adjuster Knowledge 1 hour ago. 0 Replies

Good day all,Just wanted to highlight a potential bugaboo that can affect all of us and our communications. Example is illustrated below:…Continue

Policy Language and Edition Date

Started by Steve McGraw in General Adjuster Knowledge on Saturday. 0 Replies

Quite a few questions are asked here and in the real world about policy coverage. It usually begins with “They have an HO-3 so it’s covered.” My answer is always, “Okay, but what version?” Each policy form has a version date, such as HO-3 04/91 or…Continue

BURNOUT

Started by Daniel Amaro in General Adjuster Knowledge. Last reply by Jon Henderson on Saturday. 12 Replies

 It was going to happen eventually I always say. Yet there is something pretty deep this time around and I'm not finding it easy to bounce back. What do you guys/gals do when you hit burnout? How do you/have you dealt with it? I'm interested to hear…Continue

Lessons Learned from the Storm

Started by Steve McGraw in General Adjuster Knowledge. Last reply by Robby Robinson Jul 17. 4 Replies

The three phone calls you have been ignoring from the insured becomes one phone call from the Claims Manager that you can’t ignore.Pouring new coffee grounds over old coffee grounds doesn’t make the coffee stronger – only ugly.When a lawyer becomes…Continue

Returning Phone Calls - What to do?

Started by Mark Willingham in General Adjuster Knowledge. Last reply by Kevin Stamper Jul 22. 14 Replies

OK all you fun scoping, fun loving roof climbers and estimating GURU's out there, time for a little trivial question. Scenario:  You (Adjuster) have been working a 14 hour day (still in truck driving)  after starting at 6 AM to beat traffic in the…Continue

New York Non-Resident License

Started by C. Foster in Training, Licensing & Certifications. Last reply by Mitch Whitman on Saturday. 4 Replies

Hello, I am a resident Adjuster in Florida, who is looking to get a Non-resident in NY State.   I am having great difficulty getting a straight answer on what is required to get a non-resident (or even where to get one as they are not on…Continue

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experienced auto adjusters for inside claims in Houston

Started by Sanae Michelle Scott-Armstrong in Auto Claims Jul 10. 0 Replies

Experienced auto adjusters looking for a long term assignment working desk claims (liability) please call Dennis@ 205 837 0217.

FOATA INTERNATIONAL/NFIP CERTIFIED ADJUSTERS UPDATED CLAIMS MANUAL (JUNE 2014)

Started by Robby Robinson in Flood Claims Jul 9. 0 Replies

   FOATA International has the latest NFIP updated information on the:June 2014 Flood Insurance Manual Changes…Continue

Tags: Claims, Manual, Updated, 2014, International

Are you feeling the love?

Started by Frankie Crum in Storms and Weather. Last reply by Frankie Crum on Friday. 28 Replies

This is it, this is the time of year we as adjusters look forward to. Little Arthur is blowing his horn and companies are reaching out to us. How many have contacted you? Are you on standby? Or are already deployed and where?I am deployed near…Continue

HURRICANE ARTHUR (2014)

Started by Robby Robinson in General Adjuster Knowledge Jul 2. 0 Replies

Tropical Storm Arthur: Hurricane Watch Issued in North Carolina; Fourth of July Holiday Week Threat in Parts of Florida, South Carolina AlsoPublished: Jul 2, 2014, 8:39 AM EDT weather.comShareTweetReddit Play VideoArthur Will…Continue

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