The act of being prepared is essential to every adjuster and their ability to make money. Being a weather-based career, adjusters never know when they will be deployed. Thus, in a sense, adjusters should have already been packed and ready to go yesterday. In this industry, today is already too late. So, what do you need in order to be prepared? You need a CAT kit.
In this episode, Alan and co-host Jason Dyson discuss and breakdown their top 5 things all independent adjusters should avoid doing on their first deployment. During Alan and Jason’s combined 30 years of experience in the industry, they have seen lots of new adjusters fail on their first deployments. These top 5 things to avoid could have changed the outcome of those failed deployments. Listen in, this information could be just what you need!
In this episode, Alan’s guest is his real life better half, Becky Olson. Together they share how they were able to be successful in this industry all while traveling and working with their five kids on the road. They also discuss the importance of your spouse knowing and understanding the daily life of being on deployment. Can this career work for a family? Listen to find out.
In the wake of 2021’s first hurricane of the Atlantic hurricane season, Alan talks about how all adjusters can be better prepared for upcoming deployments. Check it out!
In this episode, co-host Jason Dyson returns to discuss with Alan the pros and cons of using an RV or paying for a hotel room while on deployment as an adjuster. If this has been on your mind or you have been contemplating buying an RV, this will be an episode you don’t want to miss.
In this episode, Alan answers another common question asked by newcomers to the industry. Have you ever wondered which is the better route to take? Alan explains some of the key differences in being a daily claims adjuster versus being a CAT adjuster. This could be the information you have been needing to better your career.
In this episode, Alan speaks of how to gain the upper hand and position yourself at the highest level with the firms when it comes to deployments. Alan reflects on what he did to prove his worth and place himself on the first call list with the many firms he works for. This is an episode for adjusters of all experience levels. Another great podcast you don’t want to miss.
In this episode, Alan and co-Host Jason Dyson sit with Sean Rogers of Advanced Claims Technology to discuss the benefits of what modern technology has done for the claims industry. Sean Rogers explains who ACT is and how adjusters can benefit from using their products.
Friend, colleague, and co-host Jason Dyson tells his journey of the path he took through his 19 year career, from working staff to transitioning into being and IA. Jason tells us the real secret of how to get paid for your claims.
In this episode, Alan chats with long time friend Jim Steele, who has spent his career working on the staff adjuster side of claims in addition to working directly with the IA’s. They discuss the industry and differences between working as an IA and a Staff. Jim has spent many years in the industry handling many roles within one of the nations largest insurance providers. If you have been curious or thought you may want to work as a staff adjuster, this is an episode you won’t want to miss!