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Last updated Feb 04 2024
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Insurance Claims Adjuster Reviews

What is it like working as an Insurance Claims Adjuster?

December 2018
Insurance Claims Adjuster:
Great benefits, constant performance feedback, fair. Drawback is work/life balance but not sure there is a way to adjust as it comes with the nature of the job. The culture of my team is supportive, supervisors have changed 3 times but again, may be nature of the work.
December 2018
Insurance Claims Adjuster in Jackson:
Pros: Jackson is a large city with much to do.
Cons: Jackson is poor, unsafe in most areas, and over priced for living cost to live somewhere you feel secure. Even with a career job, most people still work two to three side jobs to make ends meets.
January 2019
Perfect place for bad weather!
Insurance Claims Adjuster in Lubbock:
Pros: The people
Cons: The weather
August 2019
Up until 4 years ago, best place you can imagine.
Insurance Claims Adjuster in Austin:
Pros: Since then, a complete 180
Cons: Employees are no longer valued
August 2019
Insurance Claims Adjuster in Metairie:
Pros: Abundance of PTO
Cons: Work load
August 2019
Insurance Claims Adjuster in Liberty Lake:
Pros: The pay
Cons: The type of work
January 2020
Insurance Claims Adjuster in Richardson:
Pros: I enjoy being able to complete my job without being micromanaged
Cons: Not being appreciated or valued for going well above and beyond

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