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Where have all the Good Adjusters gone?

 

All lossess deserve "Good Adjusters".

 

The short answer... They are being phased out, and replaced with desk adjusters and TPA's. (Third Party Administrators.) 

 

Some would say this is bad, and should never be happening. 

 

To those folks, I would urge them, with everything in me, to simply pull out any policy from today, or the very beginning of insurance, and read the Duties after a loss section. Then verify that the word... YOUR is tied to those duties... not the insurance companies... not their adjusters, TPA's... or even lawyers. The insured's, and the insured's alone. We have been convinced, in a process spanning a 100 years, that it was the insurance companies responsiblity to do those things. That section above says the exact opposite, and always has. Nothing has changed... but their position. 

 

They are reverting to the way it was meant to be. They are supposed to check and verify the information that has been provided to them, as required by the contract, and advising the carrrier as to whether or not the accounts are factual... that is it. That is what the policy requires of them. If the insured has not, as per that same contract, they have limited exposure based upon the breach... the breach on the insured side, not the carrier side. The carrier is actually "acting" in "Good Faith" by participating beyond the confines of the agreed contract. This is why ROR's fly out the window on so many claims. (Reservation of Rights) The carrier is stating, an a legal document, that they have the right, at any time, to stop participation, and ENFORCE ALL POLICY PROVISIONS....

 

Those guys are coming over here. To this side, where they belong. One of the main reasons the camp began, was to give them somewhere to go when this occurred. Check my public posts, back years ago, I stated plainly and clearly on many occassions, that we would be here, in this moment. We have 3 of them in the current class, as I post this. 

 

They need a home with a process that secures the insured's best interest, in the most expedient, professional, ethical, and legal manner as possible.

 

If you provide that for them... they will come.

 

We provide it for all who attend. You, them... all.

 

Large Loss sounds good... but all losses matter.

 

All lossess deserve "Good Adjusters".

 

Schedule says 40 hours... I am not aware of a single camp, in 5 years, that did not go well over that time period. Why? Engagement. How we teach. We do not move forward until the whole class can move forward. This means we discuss and debate until understanding is had, while still covering the same material. It takes what it takes, and we are often in camp from 8 am to 8 pm... Even at 8 pm, after a grueling day(s), very few want to leave. Sponges, soaking up every available moment. We don't typically do breaks, except for lunch. Not once, to my knowledge, has anyone complained. I think this singular thing, of many, speaks volumes. Adult, professional, Alphas... (Alpha is gender neutral, it is a trait.)  All staying in one place, using their brains, being challenged... for over 40 straight hours... willingly. 

 

Camaraderie... Lifelong relationships are FORGED during that week. Relationships that will elevate everything about your business life, as well as enhancing your personal lives by the inclusion of these other... "LIKE MINDED FOLKS". Folks who want to learn to be the best of the best. 

 

Boot Camp is the most apt thing to call it. It checks all the boxes. 

 

Roofers/Contractors/IA/Staff Adjusters/PIA/Attorneys/Appraisers, this class IS for YOU.

 

You need to know how an insurance claim REALLY works. From the start to the finish, and everything in between... regardless of what your current title is. I would estimate that at least half of all graduates were/are contractors. Many of those have left reviews, link below. If you deal in insurance claims at any level, then here is where it all changes, and goes back to the rules. May not like them, but once you understand them, it changes everything... for the better. 

 

 

While the name is 'Public Adjuster Boot Camp'... the lessons are for ANYONE who performs on an insurance claim.

 

We are into our 5th year. 

 

Find the reviews of what all of your colleagues who have attended say here: PABC Reviews

 

When the process is understood, EVERYONE can pick a lane, and stay right there in it, where they are safe, and able to earn today, tomorrow, and well into the future. 

 

This means that every insured you touch, will realize that safety and confidence you have earned.

 

Education and consistency is the key, and we have gotten pretty good at it over the last 4 years. 

 

August 12-16, 2024 8am-5pm

902 51st Street

Galveston, Texas 77551

 

If financing is the issue, it is not. Contact me directly. Here on the messenger, Facebook, email.

We also sponsor one veteran per camp. Full ride. 

 

Typical Curriculum 

 

Cal Spoon

Where have all the Good Adjusters gone?

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$2,000.00Price
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