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By Guy Grand

What Are The Benefits To Catastrophic Adjusting

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS TO CATASTROPHIC ADJUSTING?

 

When a natural catastrophic event (like a hurricane, flood, or earthquake) hits, the people affected by the devastation need their insurance company to compensate them so they can start putting their lives back together. That’s when insurance agencies will contract out work to independent catastrophic insurance claims adjusters to estimate the damage. But what are the benefits to catastrophic adjusting.

  • 6 figures in 6 months
  • Time off
  • Helping people

6 Figures in 6 Months

In as little as 6 months a catastrophic (or CAT) adjuster can make a 6 figure income. This requires hard work, long days, and a thorough knowledge of the CAT adjusting field. You must also be able to handle working and living in a devastated region for months and months at a time.

Time Off

Just as you will need to work long and hard days for months at a time, you will have months off at a time. This allows you the freedom and ability to spend some of your hard earned income. So although you will be working hard for a while, you won’t be shackled to the job every day.

Helping People

As a catastrophic insurance claims adjuster, you will be dealing with people who have had their lives turn up-side-down. CAT adjusters are contracted to work for the agencies, and are not employees. Your job is to get the people the compensation they are entitled to. The people affected by the disaster are desperate for help, and that’s the reason the adjusters are there. You are able to take the first steps in getting those people back on their feet.

Veteran Adjusting School

VAS or Veteran Adjusting School is a vocational trade school that fully trains its students to be successful in the CAT adjusting field. VAS walks its students through all of the registrations, and certifications you will need to practice adjusting. The school also gives the thorough training, and tools you will need.  This includes a Xactimate software, subscription, and a laptop to perform your estimations.

If you’re interested in training for a career in CAT adjusting, click on the link below to see how VAS can get you to your 6 figure career.

By Guy Grand

Insurance Adjuster School

INSURANCE ADJUSTING SCHOOL

Insurance companies need adjusters. But where do you train to become a successful insurance adjuster? Before you decide what insurance adjuster school you want, you should figure out what type of estimator you want to become. There are two types of insurance adjusters:

  1. 1.Independent Insurance Adjusters
  2. 2.Insurance Company Employees

Independent Insurance Adjusters

Independent Insurance Adjusters are contracted work from insurance agencies when they are in need of extra help. This is mainly the case when there is a catastrophic event.

Catastrophic or CAT adjusters are trained to handle all types of insurance claims, and can make 6 figures in 6 months. Some motivated CAT adjusters have been known to make $300,000 to $400,000 in 6 months estimating natural disaster events.

Insurance Agency Employees

Insurance agencies will generally hire and train their employees through their own adjusting school courses. To apply to an insurance agency you must have a high school graduation equivalent. Insurance employees will generally make between $25,000 – $60,000 a year.

Where to Train

Where do you find the best adjusting school? VAS or Veteran Adjusting School is the best school when it comes to training fully qualified successful catastrophic claims adjusters. The training received at VAS is so successful, (even though most insurance agencies will not hire estimators that have no experience) Veteran Adjusting schools insurance agency partners hires VAS for CAT events after graduation.

Click Here to see start your career as a catastrophic insurance adjuster.

By Guy Grand

Best Job For Vets

BEST JOB FOR VETS

Veterans have put their lives on the line to defend our great country. When it comes to getting a high paying job, they deserve the best. But, what is the best job for vets? My experience suggests that catastrophic insurance adjusting (CAT adjusting) is the perfect fit for our returning heroes.

CAT Adjusting

When a natural catastrophic disaster (like hurricane, tornado, etc.) hits a populated region, insurance companies need to hire independent CAT adjusters to quickly get their customers their needed compensation.

Why Is CAT Adjusting Ideal for Veterans?

Because of the experience, discipline, and exposure received in the armed forces; veterans are well suited to be very successful in this field of work. The job involves being in devastated regions, and requires a high level of work ethic. Although a CAT adjuster will have to work long days for months at a time, they are highly compensated and have many months off at a time to enjoy their high income.

How Do I Become A CAT Adjuster?

VAS or Veteran Adjusting School ( ) offers a comprehensive course that turns our vets into independent catastrophic insurance adjusters. It is the only school that will guide you through all of the certifications and registrations you will need. VAS also provides you with the knowledge, tools, experience, and post-graduation support you will need to be successful in the field.

Veteran Adjusting School also has insurance agency partners that are so confident in the education provided, that they hire VAS graduates to handle claims for catastrophic events. Being a VAS graduate also qualifies you to handle any type of insurance claim. This means you can do small claims for insurance companies in between natural disasters.

If you would like to speak with someone from Veteran Adjusting School about starting down the path to a 6 figure income… to register for a free consultation.

By Guy Grand

KRIS NELSON’S TESTIMONIAL AFTER VETERAN ADJUSTING SCHOOL GRADUATION

We just wanted to share a letter we recently received from one of the graduates of Veteran Adjusting School.  Kris wrote in to tell us how the experience has been.  If you have been wanting to hear about our program from someone with a first-hand knowledge check out the letter below.  We will let the letter speak for itself.

 

Kris writes…

Hey Guys,

Just a quick note to say you’re the best teachers and mentors I’ve ever had. I never knew how much I would love being an adjuster.  Now that I’ve completed the VAS trained adjuster program and have been working I’m well on my way. Being from California it took a while to get started running day claims, but with the help of one of your VAS partnering IA firms I’ve started getting a steady stream of claims.

With storm season well under way…now I can really show my employers all I’ve learned from you and all you’ve done to make me a VAS trained adjuster.  I continue running claims as they come in and keep working with the full year subscription to Xactimate you provided as part of my tuition.

On that note, I researched other adjuster training schools before signing up to the VAS Trained  vocational school and I can honestly say none of them provided the student with a new computer and a full year’s subscription to Xactimate. Not to mention the mentorship when I got my first few claims.

Gary, I also want to say thank you so much for taking me to Boise to work with you for a week or so. Actually seeing and touching damage really helped.

Thank you, thank you, thank you my friends and family at Veteran Adjusting School

Kris N.

If you are interested in learning more about our program or would like to speak with someone about a career as an Insurance Claims Adjuster click the link below to let us know.

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