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A Claims Adjuster is also referred to as an Insurance Adjuster or Claims Handler. An Adjuster is responsible for assessing policyholder claims that come through an insurance company. Investigating the policyholders claim is the beginning of a Claims Adjuster's role and may include negotiating a payout from the insurance company to the claimant. A Claims Adjuster can find employment with any Insurance Agency.
Professional mannerisms and great communication skills are key to the success of a Claims Adjuster. An Adjuster may need to work directly with Physicians, Law Enforcement, Lawyers and other professionals who may be required to give their professional opinion on the health and well-being of a claimant or the state of their property.
A Claims Adjuster is required to perform investigatory related tasks associated with car accidents and personal injury, for example. A strong memory and keen eye are some characteristics that may be important for an Adjuster to possess. Negotiation skills are a must-have as a Claims Adjuster must make recommendations for insurance payout amounts based on each individual policy and situation. Claims Adjusters should be very detail oriented since organization and precision are vital to a claim's accuracy. Every single detail matters when it comes to an insurance claim.
A post-secondary degree can greatly improve one's ability to gain employment as an Adjuster. A degree in Business, Finance, or Administration may be desired. A post-secondary degree may not always be required to gain employment as a Claims Adjuster; however, one must always be properly licensed. Licensing may change between States so it's important to check for policies and regulations when moving from State to State.