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to make or become suitable to a particular situation or use

to alter for proper functioning

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While there were some knowledgeable adjusters, for many, unfamiliarity with catastrophes and the challenges of the area worked against everyone.
The Dept stated that carriers can register a catastrophe adjuster who has either a license in another state or a minimum of two years adjusting experience.
Peters contracted Miami, Florida-based product management services leader Innovation Direct[TM] to represent the Hanging Basket Adjusters to potential licensees for a 2 year period.
The public adjusters can work with the insurance company and their adjuster and give the consumer some confidence that they're being treated fairly," which might avoid a lawsuit, he said.
A public adjuster can determine the potential pitfalls and hurdles of the claim, and potentially make up for losses to exclusions with more accurate damage claims.
Five years is too long to allow people to file claims," said Chief Financial Officer Alex Sink, who is charge of licensing public adjusters.
Experienced outside recovery legal counsel to help coordinate all activities (especially inviting potentially responsible parties to retain adjusters to assess the property damage during their own investigations).
Using the models, trainers show new adjusters how to anticipate, recognize and estimate monetary values for all kinds of damage.
Claims adjusters want to evaluate incidents and decide whether further investigation is needed as soon as possible following an occurrence.
The text orientation is for the training of professional claims adjusters.
To achieve these goals, insurance companies rely upon two kinds of workers: Claim representatives, who may be claim adjusters, examiners, or investigators; and insurance processing clerks, who may be claim clerks or policy processing clerks.
Adjusters International's experienced loss consultants and public adjusters work on behalf of policyholders - not insurance companies - in assessing property damage and preparing insurance claims to secure the best possible claim outcome for their clients.
National ConnectForce Claims has begun a pilot evaluation using Google Glass as a way to provide realtime feedback from field adjusters.