Every profession has its unwritten rules which practitioners learn through on-the-job training.
Being a claims adjuster is no different, except that insurers expect the claims department to shoulder more and more duties with less personnel-- leaving little time for training from seasoned adjusters. That's why I've taken the time to write these important rules down in an easy to follow book.
The Art of Adjusting: Writing Down the Unwritten Rules of Claims Handling will help the adjuster:
Write better reservation of rights letters
Handle irate insureds and claimants in a more professional manner
Understand how to read an estimate and medical records.
What Readers Are Saying
"Excellent Book. Especially helpful when returning to the industry!"
- David Anderson
Chantal M. Roberts, CPCU, AIC, RPA, is a claims handling, standards, practices, and procedures expert witness with 20-plus years' experience as a multi-lined claims adjuster.
In her first book, she attempts to bridge the gap between being a new adjuster and a seasoned hand by offering some of the lessons she learned so that adjusters can get back to doing what they are meant to do: settle claims quickly, proficiently, and economically.
The Art of Adjusting: Writing Down the Unwritten Rules of Claims Handling
If you're an adjuster searching for a clear educational process from a seasoned professional that will help you save time and stress, then this book is for you!
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