Claims Evaluation

Overview

Claims Evaluation provides an in-depth analysis of one of the most important aspects of property and liability claims adjusting: setting the value on a claim. Once a claim has been reported and investigated, evaluating the claim is a critical next step. There are many types of factors that must be considered in setting the appropriate reserves for claims.  Using case studies, this course illustrates how claims are evaluated.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion, students will be able to:

  • explain how claims evaluation fits into the overall claims adjustment process
  • describe the processes used in evaluating first-party and third-party claims
  • explain the distinction between evaluating damages and evaluating liability
  • explain and evaluate various techniques used in establishing claims reserves

Designed For

P/C agents and brokers; P/C adjusters
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