Unrepresented Commercial Casualty Adjuster
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The Commercial Claims Unrepresented Casualty Adjuster is responsible for investigating moderately complex and occasionally complex, unrepresented commercial auto or property claims which may include: (1) uninsured or underinsured motorist (UM/UIM) claims in single or multi car accidents in which commercial policy holders are involved; (2) Injury Casualty Soft Tissue (ICST); and (3) unrepresented moderate or major claims. The individual takes recorded statements, resolves loss of use claims, issues payments to appropriate parties, and negotiates and settles or refers bodily injury issues that cannot be resolved. The individual delivers compassionate service that is fast, fair, and easy, to ensure customer retention, while analyzing coverage, investigating and determining liability, and negotiating and settling moderately complex and occasionally complex claims. The individual provides work guidance and direction to less senior employees. The individual works independently, prioritizing the individual's own responsibilities, and managing the individual's own workload.
•Makes and maintains a connection with the customer by understanding and meeting their needs; serves the customer with empathy; and follows up to ensure that customer needs have been met
•Researches and responds to complex customer communications, concerns, conflicts or issues
•Reviews customer satisfaction results; participates in determining necessary personal and business unit action plans
•Summarizes documents and enters into claim system notes
•Documents a claim file with notes, evaluations and decision-making process
•Determines and explains minimum coverage limits in complex commercial claims involving single or multiple claimants
•Sets initial reserve, updates reserve, documents rationale and claim summary notes
•Obtains photos and/or conducts scene investigation
•Takes recorded statements from claimants, insured's, witnesses, medical providers etc., conducts investigations into complex accidents involving commercial policy holders, determines liability, and prepares summaries
•Determines claim value
•Negotiates and settles claims in accordance with business unit best practices
•Reviews medical reports in preparation for claims settlement evaluation
•May participate in one or more complex special assignment
•May serve as a committee team lead for medium-sized projects or as a committee team member on large projects
•May serve as a subrogation or arbitration panelis
•May serve as an agent advocate
•May participate in oversight activities
•Researches, responds to, or participates in Department of Insurance complaints or investigations
•May assist or participate in Telephone Alert Conferences regarding complex claims referred to Home Office
•May review files and make recommendations to refer files to Home Office for escalation
•Assists in researching or responding to or resolving complex compliance issues
•High School Diploma/General Education Diploma (GED) or equivalent required
•Bachelor's Degree preferred
•3-5 years of adjusting experience, previous bodily injury experience a plus
•Previous commercial experience is a plus
•Must be available to work between the hours of 7:00 am -7:00 pm Monday -Friday
•Excellent written and verbal communication skills
•Strong organizational and computer skills
•Ability to be a self-starter and work independently
•Bilingual candidates are strongly encouraged to apply
The candidate(s) offered this position will be required to submit to a background investigation, which includes a drug screen.
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