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Be An Insurance Adjuster

  • Word processing
  • Business classes or work experience
  • Computer applications and programs
  • English and language arts
  • Technical writing
  • Mathematics, including algebra, geometry and business math
  • Consumer and business law

Generally, employers are looking for candidates that have a bachelor’s degree, but if you have years of experience in the insurance field and working with claims and can prove you can do the work, you might be able to convince them you are right for the job. Even with body repair and auto mechanics experience you can get an entry-level position in handling auto claims. Some states do require adjusters and examiners to be licensed. Check for adjuster regulations in your state to find out more. An adjuster’s job can be an exciting one, as no two claims are alike and you meet many people in your work. Some expert witnesses you might work with are accountants, contractors, police, lawyers, and doctors.