What Does a Claims Adjuster Do?
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Claims adjusters inspect the damage on their own as well as working with specialists, such as mechanics or doctors, to get their opinions about an insurance claim. After a claims adjuster reads these reports and submits his or her own report, he or she then works with the insurance company in order to come to a settlement.
Claims adjusters can work for an insurance company, or have a private business. Some people prefer to hire their own private claims adjusters to get a more unbiased assessment of injury or damage. In some instances, such as car accidents, there may be more than one claims adjuster representing different insurance companies.
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