releases her first book
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. This is exacerbated by the "brain drain" of the Baby Boomers leaving and no clear educational process for adjusters.
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.
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