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Old 11-10-2010, 07:54 AM   #12
NOVAbimmer
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My Ride: 14 Impala FXST M796
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Originally Posted by wrighterjw10 View Post
I use to adjust claims as well! It was enjoyable, but most people you deal with are 'tards.

Example, "no sir, you're not gonna get $500,000 for the scratch on the bumper of your 1990 honda civic dx".

Example B, "ma'am it's been 25 min since we last talked, the company hasn't had a chance to get anyone out there yet".

Example C, "I realize the other guy 'came out of no where', but you had the stop sign and he didnt"

I'm in underwriting now
I love that one. Just because you didn't see him coming doesn't mean you suddenly have the right to run a red light.

And explain to me again exactly how somebody hit your car in the parking lot and drove off, when the only damage to your corvette is to the underside of the bumper.

The "hit and run" cases are the worst. Because our company tells us that for the most part, we're not allowed to question the customer's story.
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