PIP Claims Representative at Farmers (Lake Mary, FL)
Investigates, determines liability, confirms coverage, and negotiates the settlement of assigned cases which include the more difficult and serious files and which may require specialized experience; provides training for new Office Claims Representative trainees, and may assist in technical file direction of subrogation, medical pay, PIP (no fault), and workers’ compensation claims. Will also be required to maintain an active adjusters license in states where required.
Conducts office investigation on assigned cases, confirms coverage, determines liability, establishes damages, reports status, and negotiates settlement (has authority to make payment of assigned claims within prescribed limits).
Adjusts all types of claims.
Reviews documentation on damaged property and vehicles, and determines claims related damage.
Reviews and adjusts estimates provided on the cost of repair or replacement of damaged or stolen property and vehicles.
Determines and reports on subrogation potential.
Refers potential salvage vehicles, personal property, and miscellaneous salvage items to the Salvage COE.
Reports theft, fraud, and arson losses as required to state and industry agencies.
May be assigned the responsibility of training new Claims Representatives.
May direct and administer most phases of the COE operation and/or perform supervisory duties as a temporary assignment.
May assist clerical personnel as directed with answers to technical claims questions and decisions as to claim file activity.
Performs most duties on an individual basis, and work has a direct bearing on Management results
Represents the Company from a public relations standpoint and must conduct oneself as a member of Management at all times.
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