Deciding your career path is not an easy decision. You may be recently graduated from high school or college, in the middle of a career or job that is not working for you, facing layoffs, or in retirement.
Becoming an independent insurance adjuster is a great career for someone who wants to be an entrepreneur, have flexibility in their schedule, have a lucrative income, and travel. It’s a rewarding career where you can help people in a time of need as you grow in your expertise in the field.
As a licensed insurance adjusting school, we see many reasons why people pursue this career. But as with most schools, getting licensed is just the starting point. There is no shortcut to success, which is why we go beyond licensing to teach you what you need to know and give you the tools, resources, and ongoing support to reach your goals.
If you’re considering becoming an independent insurance adjuster, see if it could be a good fit.
Be Self Employed
Being an Independent Adjuster means you are essentially a contractor assisting an IA firm to handle claims. You are your own business working under a firm!
Most people become an Independent Adjuster due to the opportunity to make a great income in the Catastrophe Adjusting field.
Also, depending on storm activity, most Independent Adjusters usually only work an average of 6-8 months out of the year.
From hail storms and tornadoes in the Midwest to hurricanes in Hawaii, the South East, and Eastern Seaboard, as well as earthquakes on the West Coast, insurance companies provide coverage to consumers in all states as well as in other countries.
Wherever the disaster may strike, Independent Adjusters travel to assist.
Help People in Devastating Times
Natural disasters can and will be the most devastating time in most people’s lives.
Independent Adjusters get to experience the rewarding feeling of helping people, in what could be the most devastating time of their lives, pick up the pieces, and put their lives back together.
Be Part of a Team
Experience being part of a team of an elite group of people that the largest Insurance companies in the world depend on to assist their customers in a time of devastation or great need.
Want to Become an Adjuster?
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