Insurance

What is an Adjuster?

Adjuster

[uh-juhs-ter]

noun

1.

A Claims Adjuster is an individual assigned by an insurance company to determine the amount of compensation that is to be paid in order to settle the claim. Adjusters handle property claims, like damage to structures and vehicles, as well as liability claims that involve personal injury.

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