Insurance Claims Adjusting "Career Coach" Looking to get into the exciting world of insurance claims adjusting? Or, perhaps you're an experienced adjuster looking for new opportunites?
Insurance claims adjusting is a very rewarding and challenging profession. It's also competitive. To succeed and excel in your claims career, you need to know what only an experienced, career claims professional can teach you. Deborah Moroy has over 35 years experience as an insurance claims adjuster. Property claims, casualty claims, catastrophe - you name it, Debbie's done it, as both a staff adjuster and as an independent claims adjuster and claims manager (View Deborah Moroy's Resumé).
Now, you can hire Debbie as your personal "Claims Career Coach". Pricing:Basic Consultation - $100 for an initial 60 minute telephone consultation with 2 weeks of follow-up counseling. During this period you can contact Debbie Ward by telephone and email for questions and additional information. Consultation Plus - $150 for an initial 1 hour and 30 minute telephone consultation with 3 months of follow-up counseling. During this period you can contact Debbie Ward by telephone and email for questions and additional information. Upgrade - For additional $50 you can upgrade from the Basic Consultation to the Consultation Plus package. With this service you will learn the following and receive these benefits: General employment questions:
How to break into claims
Property adjusting versus casualty adjusting
How employment with an insurance carrier (staff) differs from an independent claims adjusting company
Licensure and certifications - who requires what and how to get them
Advancement opportunities and what it takes to climb the corporate ladder
Special requirements for qualification
Getting on the "Call List" of the major CAT service firms
Your first CAT assignment - where do I go, what do I do?
Managing your finances - how much cash will I need when on assignment? can I get an advance? how is my pay calculated? when do I get paid? what about taxes? do I need my own insurance? how do I handle a dispute with my employer?
Technology requirements and tools of the trade - what do I need and where do I buy it?