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How much money does a workers compensation adjuster earn?

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A Workers' Compensation Adjuster's salary depends on many variables. The State, the difficulty levels of that particular State's workers' compensation laws, the difficulty of the claims being handled, the experience level of the adjuster and the size of the carrier/TPA. In Florida, a workers' compensation claims adjuster can start at around $30,000 and can make more than $65,000 as a senior adjuster with more than 10 years experience.

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