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Taking Care of Business
There is mounting evidence that business continuity (BC) planning has become firmly entrenched at a wide range of independent adjusting firms, from small to larger companies. Given the increased demands of clients in the Request for Proposal...
No Substitute for Experience
While trends of volume adjusting, national contracts, telephone claims handling and contractor outsourcing come and go, one thing always stays the same: the need for an experienced adjuster who can gather evidence, interpret policy wordings and...
Understanding Lloyd's II
(This is the second in a two-part series on Lloyd's of London and Canadian Independent Adjusters)
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