Insurance Claim Adjuster Severe Weather / Hail Training Career Courses Launched

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Insurance and independent professionals, Public Adjusters, and Staff Adjusters can all benefit from these new courses listed on the Major Adjusters website. The updated courses help adjusters anticipate the impact of hail season on their work as severe weather often results in widespread property damage.

More details can be found at

Self-paced courses are available to prepare new and aspiring adjusters for the varied aspects of their careers including property and casualty insurance, Xactimate software, the job market, and more. Major Adjusters training videos contain up-to-date, vital information on state-to-state licensing requirements, study guides for certification tests, and interview techniques. Also included in the offerings are one-on-one career coaching modules and hundreds of practice questions to prepare for certification exams.

At the end of 2021, there were 10.6 million job openings available, leaving plenty of workers to re-evaluate their careers following “The Great Resignation.” With the severe weather season approaching, there is a growing need for qualified claims adjusters.

Working as an adjuster is said to have several benefits including the option to work from home or in the field. With competitive entry-level salaries and promising growth potential, being an adjuster is a lucrative career choice for many. Many adjusters find the work community-oriented and intellectually engaging.

The Major Adjusters website has helpful resources for licensed adjusters and those interested in pursuing the career path. The updated training sessions include preparations for hail season and severe weather.

These courses help beginners and professionals receive proper training to handle insurance claims and handle the high volume during severe weather events.

Major Adjusters has built a community of experts to help prepare those interested in pursuing a career. The website is home to a blog covering a range of topics such as challenges in the industry, common interview questions, and licensing requirements by state.

A spokesperson for the company said: “After completing certification and obtaining a claims adjuster license, the task will be to decide on the insurance claim of any damage or loss and also the amount for the same. Adjusters get to work in different locations, and often on different sites. This is an intelligent and sizzling-hot active job that pays well.”

Interested parties can learn more by visiting the URL above or at

Major Adjusters
Major Adjusters

670 Memorial Drive Southeast

United States

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