A person who is employed to investigate, evaluate and effect collection or settle an account.
A person who has the ability to determine the amount of loss and the authority from the company to enter into an agreement of settlement with the insured.
appraises the claim for payment and decides how much the insurance company should pay out on any one claim. Page 357
One who evaluates sets the value of an insurance claim.
One who investigates and tries to arrange settlements of claims.
A person who seeks to determines the amount of loss when an insurance claim is submitted and attempts to settle the claim.
A person responsible for investigating, evaluating, and settling insurance claims.
one who investigates insurance claims or claims for damages and recommends an effective settlement
a person professionally trained and licensed to determine the amount of any claim, loss or damage payable under a contract of insurance
a person who works for the insurance company and is assigned to a particular case
Individual qualified in performing estimates and appraisals. This individual may be an insurance company representative or an individual who works for an independent appraisal company.
An agency skilled in determining or settling the amount of a claim or debt.
One who determines the amount of loss suffered. A "company" adjuster represents the company. A "public" adjuster represents the policyholder. An "independent" adjuster may be hired by either.
The person at the insurance company who settles claims.
An insurance company representative who seeks to determine the extent of the firm's liability for loss when a claim is submitted.
A representative of the insurer who arranges for adjustment and/or settlement of a loss
A person who investigates and settles insurance claims.
An adjuster is the person who investigates and settles auto insurance claims.
person employed by an Insurance Company to settle claims on its behalf.
An insurance representative who determines the extent of damage and/or liability when a claim is submitted.
An adjuster is the person who investigates and settles claims on behalf of the insurance company. | Back
The salaried employee of an insurance company, or an independent contractor representing an insurance company, who is responsible for determining the cause and amount of a loss, the insurance company's liability for the loss and satisfactory agreement on such from the parties involved (insured and insurer) Compare Independent Adjusters, Public Adjusters
A person employed by a property/casualty insurer to evaluate losses and settle policyholder claims.
A person who, usually on behalf of the company that carries your insurance, investigates your claim and settles losses.
An employee or independent agent of an insurance company who negotiates and settles claims that are made against the insurance company.
A representative of the insurer who seeks to determine the extent of the firm's liability for loss when a claim is submitted. Appraisal An evaluation of property made to ascertain either the appropriate amount of insurance to be written or the amount of loss to be paid.
A person who evaluates the damage caused by an accident or other covered loss and determines the amount to be paid.
A person who evaluates the facts of your claim and makes recommendations regarding settlement.
A person who investigates a loss and negotiates settlement with the claimant on the Company's behalf.
A claims adjuster is an individual employed by an insurance carrier to evaluate losses and settle policyholder claims. Independent adjusters are independent contractors who adjust claims for different insurance companies. ggregate Limit. The maximum coverage under a liability policy during a specified period of timeusually one year or the policy periodregardless of the number of separate losses that may occur. Losses paid under coverages subject to aggregate limits reduce the amounts available for future losses.
An individual employed by a property/casualty insurer to evaluate losses and settle policyholder claims. These adjusters differ from public adjusters, who negotiate with insurers on behalf of policyholders, and receive a portion of a claims settlement. Independent adjusters are independent contractors who adjust claims for different insurance companies.
An individual representing the insurance company and acting for the company in working on agreements as to the amount of a loss and the liability of the company in same.
A representative of the insurer who seeks to determine the extent of the firm's liability for loss when a claim is submitted. Same as Claim Representative. (G)
A representative of an insurance company who works along with the insured to investigate, negotiate and settle an insurance claim.
A person who investigates and handles losses on behalf of an insurance carrier.
A person who evaluates an insurance claim and determines the amount to be paid.
A person who investigates and settles losses for an insurance carrier.
A person or company hired by an Insurer to settle claims brought by an Insured. Independent Adjusters often are individuals or firms which represent a number of Insurance Companies. Public Adjusters on the other hand usually represent the Insured (claimant) and work on a fee basis.
( expert en sinistres ou régleur) A person who investigates a loss and negotiates settlement with the claimant on the insurance companys behalf. Some adjusters are independent and some are employed by the insurance company.
Individual employed by a properly and casualty insurance company or an individual to settle on its behalf claims brought by insureds. The adjuster evaluates the merits of each claim and makes recommendations to the insurance company.
1) One who represents an insurer on investigations and dealings with respect to settlement of claims. This may be a salaried employee of an insurer or one who operates as an Independent Adjuster. 2) A Public Adjuster is an adjuster who is employed by a policyholder to represent him in his claim negotiations with an insurance company. As compensation the Public Adjuster usually takes a percentage of the amount collected. He does not act on behalf of an insurance company.
an individual representing the insurance company in discussions leading to agreement about the amount of loss and the company's liability. Adjusters may be salaried employees of adjusting organizations operated by insurance companies, individuals operating independently and engaged by the companies to adjust a particular loss, and special agents or staff adjusters employed by the company. (See Florida Statute 626.015(1))
Person responsible for the adjudication of workers' compensation claims.
The person who handles the settlement of claims on behalf of an insurance company, either as an employee of the company or an independent engaged by contract. Also called a claims representative.
A person who handles insurance claims. This term is becoming obsolete (see Claims Service Representative).
A person who investigates and handles insurance claims.
A person who may act either on behalf of the insurance company or the insured in settling a claim. Employee adjusters work for an insurer; independent adjusters represent the insurance company on a fee basis; and public adjusters represent the insured on a fee basis.
The insurance company employee who settles the value of any damage done to insured property so that the insured owner may be compensated.
A person who settles insurance claims. An adjuster may be an insurance company employee or an independent operator.