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to make or become suitable to a particular situation or use

to alter for proper functioning

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An insurance adjuster is one who seeks to determine the extent of the insurer's liability for loss when an insurance claim is submitted.Under the insurance code, no person shall act as an adjuster, acting in behalf of either the insured or insurance company, unless authorized by virtue of a license issued by the commissioner.
I believe that there are public adjusters who do a great job for customers who just need some help.
"They need someone to hold their hand through the process and that's an invaluable aspect that adjusters love about their job," he said.
Claims adjusters, of course, can do these mental gymnastics without the use of predictive analytics or cognitive computing.
Auto claims adjusters are the ultimate road warriors.
The NYPIAA holds that most public adjusters in New York are well trained professionals who are experts in claim presentation, issues of coverage and construction.
A public adjuster acts on behalf of the insured in negotiating or settling a property claim for compensation.
"We don't think there is a need in Arkansas to have public adjusters," said Will Rijksen, vice president of public affairs for the American Insurance Association in Washington, D.C.
For non-catastrophic claims, auditors concluded that policyholders who use public adjusters received a settlement typically worth $9,379 compared to $1,391 for those who did not use one.
MANAMA: Axis International Loss Adjusters and Surveyors has strengthened its global presence by acquiring an interest in Global Adjusters.
In addition to the company's corporate accounting department or CPA firm, players assembled or waiting in the wings should include in-house counsel or the company's outside law firm, forensic consultants, insurance adjusters (even for self-insured losses which must be "adjusted" for accounting and tax purposes) and experienced recovery counsel who can lead the team's overall efforts.
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.