Have you taken the Texas licensing exam, passed the test, and are now wondering what's the next step?
The purpose of my course is to expose you to the many types of claim adjusting. First, you will become familiar with the different methods and techniques used. Second, you will learn the process of scoping a risk and estimating the damage that occurs when a house is flooded with water, burned or involved in a wind and hail storm. Finally, you will learn how to tie the entire adjusting process together by entering your findings into Xactimate 28 (or other similar software) and uploading for review.
Who I am
I first became an adjuster in 1983. I am experienced in all types of claims including: auto accidents, product liability, slip and fall, premises liability, garage keepers, homeowner's, commercial property, contractual, construction defect and business auto.
I have worked for carriers, as well as, Third Party Administrators. Currently, I am an independent adjuster. During this time, I have adjusted over 12,000 claims through the years, with the largest being a $15M property loss to a multi-family location and a 3.25M open head injury. I serve as an appraiser, umpire on property claims and an expert witness in litigated matters.
In my class you can expect to learn:
- How to get organized, set up your scoping schedule, review loss notices, call the customer, and set the appointment
- How to identify roof and interior damage
- How to accurately measure
- How to take proper scope notes
- How to diagram
- How to write a complete estimate
- How to apply depreciation
- And finally, how to adjust a loss
- Most importantly, if you're on the fence about becoming an adjuster, this class will give you the perspective you may need to make the jump
If you've asked yourself any of these questions, this course is right for you:
- I have my first claim, what do I do?
- How thorough do I need to be in my scoping notes?
- How good does my sketch need to be?
- Is there an easier way to sketch roofs?
- Do we include annotations? What are they?
- What's covered and what's not? Do I need to know?
- What equipment do I really need?
- How do I handle supplements?
- Do I assist with the release of deprecation documents (final invoices)?
- What kind of claims can I handle?
- How much can I really make?
- Cat claims or daily work?
THE MARCH 18TH CLASS IS SOLD OUT. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!!
Coming soon! A class for new Public Adjusters.
This will be a small class of less than 10. My next class is scheduled for Saturday, April 1st, from 8-5. Classes are held in Garland, Texas. Only $495. Call me at 214-385-9886 and I'll get you signed up.