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Insurance Books and Manuals

The following books are recommended reading for those in the industry.

Fundamentals of Risk and Insurance was written by an insurance professor and an authority on insurance. The author (now deceased) wrote the curricula for the certifications earned by public insurance adjusters and his daughter,the co-author, has served as the Iowa Insurance Commission Director.

Insurance Adjuster by Jack Rudman is part of the National Learning Corporation Career Examination PASSBOOKS Series. It is a study guide to help you pass/score high on the licensing exam in this profession.

Well Adjusted: 185 Success Tips for the Adjuster's Career

Opportunities in Insurance Careers offers job seekers essential information about a variety of careers in the field of insurance. The book includes training and education requirements, salary statistics, and professional and Internet resources.

INSURANCE CLAIMS ADJUSTER: A Manual For Entering The Profession will help in obtaining a license - or startling your own company. CLAIMS ADJUSTING is haunting, challenging, and every case is of woven complexity, where TRUTH and JUSTICE is your ultimate goal!

Mold, Fire, Flood & Other Topics : Homeowners Insurance Explained is packed with 101 short, easy-to-read, informative topics, it's a valuable tool for everyone wanting to know the essentials about homeowners insurance but don't want to be bogged down with technical mumbo-jumbo. Topics of particular interest include how adjusters interpret the policy, what to do when your claim is denied, and how to ensure that your policy has enough coverage.

Unethical conduct may lead to bad faith claims is a digital document and article from National Underwriter Property & Casualty-Risk & Benefits Management, published by The National Underwriter Company on March 23, 1992. The length of the article is 691 words, is delivered in HTML format and is available from Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

Adjusting Adversity: How Claims Pros Conquer Worst Case Scenarios In his trademark style, Kevin Quinley offers an anecdotal look at how to deal with the challenges of claims adjusting in a professional and productive manner.


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