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CAT Adjuster Classroom

by Guy Grand

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Are you looking for an insurance claims adjuster school that takes the student from, first learning about claims adjusting to a job-ready adjuster in 6 weeks? What if that same school provided job placement? Then you might want to consider VAS or Veteran Adjusting School which has over 95% job placement for its graduates. Because of its comprehensive curriculum and high-level of quality graduates, VAS has been able to build partnerships with independent firms and insurance agencies. These partners believe so much in this claims adjusting school that they hire VAS students directly after graduation.

The VAS program provides a wonderful mixture of alternative and traditional learning methods that give a fully comprehensive understanding of insurance claims adjusting. This includes a real-world simulation where students are able to gain insight from mentors and instructors while performing their own inspections.

VAS & CAT Adjusting

Although graduates of the VAS claims adjuster school program will be trained and certified for several types of adjusting, VAS focuses on catastrophe or CAT adjusting. This is because CAT adjusting is the most rewarding. Some of the benefits to CAT adjusting include:

  • High earning potential – CAT adjusters are paid per claimed closed which means hard working adjusters can make a lot of money in a short amount of time. In fact, a common phrase among catastrophe adjusters is, “Make 6 figures in 6 months.”
  • Self-Employed – Catastrophe adjusters are independently contracted so they make their own hours and pick their own schedules.
  • Vacation Time – CAT adjusters typically only work during storm season which generally lasts from 6 – 9 months.

What Is CAT Adjusting?

When catastrophic events strike (hurricane, hail-storm, flood, etc.), CAT adjusters are deployed to the region. They perform inspections for the insurance customers in order to get them the compensation they are entitled to under their policy.

CAT Adjuster Characteristics

In order to be successful in the catastrophic insurance field, the adjuster must be organized, hard-working, dedicated, and self-motivated. These are the attributes that VAS looks for in a student.

CAT adjusting isn’t for everyone. Do you have what it takes?

Veteran Adjusting School - Catastrophic Insurance Claims Adjuster School

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