By Guy Grand

Celebrating Veterans Day – Thank You To All Our Veterans

Celebrating Veterans Day

Thank You To All Our Veterans

VAS would like to say thank you to all the veterans of the armed forces for defending our freedom. The United States of America is a special place where we have the freedom to say, believe, and express ourselves however we want thanks to the brave men and women that have put their lives on the line. There aren’t enough words to express how much our veterans mean to this country, and there aren’t enough days to honor them. However, this Friday, Nov 11 is a day where we as a nation will try our best to say, “THANK YOU!” to our vets. So, this Friday we will wave our flags high, and show our gratitude to all of the veterans of the armed forces for keeping our country safe and defending our freedoms.

About Veteran Adjusting School: VAS is a licensed vocational trade school that is VA approved for veteran tuition assistance under the 9/11 GI Bill ®. Veteran Adjusting School is a catastrophic and day to day claims adjuster training school located in Arizona. VAS has a 100% graduation rate and over 96% job placement rate. Claims adjusters estimate how much compensation an insurance company will pay their policyholders based on damages incurred. CAT adjusters are independently contracted and deployed to major storms (hurricane, hail storm, wildfire, flood, etc.) and are like first responders to the homeowners.

The VAS 6-week training program includes real-world claims, storm simulations, mentorship in school and into the field, software training, and more. VAS has 15 insurance partners for post-graduation job placement. VAS was built to help veterans seek gainful employment in a career field that is both high paying and rewarding. CAT adjusters have such a high earning potential that a common phrase among CAT adjusters is, “Make 6 figures in 6 months.” You don’t have to be a veteran to go to school here, but it sure does help. If you are interested in becoming a catastrophic insurance adjuster, click the learn more button below.