I would only give the statement of facts of loss and then tell the other adjuster to refer any other questions to your adjuster.
As quickly as you can. Your claim is in limbo until you do.
bachelors degree A bachelors degree is preferred. However, you need to study for an adjuster license exam before you can start working as an insurance claims adjuster. You can take online property and casualty adjuster license training course that will fully prepare you for the adjuster license exam. Some authorized providers can also allow their students to take the final exam online and skip the state exam. This helps people save time and they don't have to run to an insurance school for classes and wait to register for the state exam.
You don't. The homeowner files the claim. The adjuster then reviews the claim to determine if it is in fact a covered loss under the terms of your policy.
Yes you do. The Pennsylvania department of insurance requires that anyone who represents the policyholder to their insurance companies have one.
Yes, It is legal. It's a standard normal question in the course of investigation or adjustment of theft claims.AnswerAn insurance adjuster or agent should NOT need income information. Contact your State's Insurance Commission. AnswerWhile the foregoing is true for the run of the mill claim, there may be circumstances where the inquiry is proper. For example, if the insurer has good reason to believe, after investigation, that the insured may have been complicit in the loss, it may be reasonable for the adjuster to inquire about income. Since the adjuster (unless it is a public adjuster who works on behalf of the insured) works for the insurer, the insurer may need to know whether the insured is/was in need of money and staged the loss to get insurance payment.
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You do not need a college degree to be an insurance adjuster. Most positions require a formal training and often times, the company will provide this training to you for the entry level jobs. Statefarm and Adjusterpro both offer self-directed learning curriculums for these positions.
You need insurance, properly zoned land and a lot of start up capital.
Depending on a claim an adjuster may not need to be on site. Minor claims are settled over the phone while major claims require someone in person.