Super Storms Create Demand for Insurance Adjusters

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According to the National Climatic Data Center, the United States incurred five billion-dollar weather-related events in 2005. These super-storms are creating an enormous demand for professional insurance adjusters, especially in the Southeast.

According to the National Climatic Data Center, the United States incurred five billion-dollar weather-related events in 2005 and expectations of another busy hurricane season have coastal states on edge.

The total estimated cost of last year’s five disasters exceeded $121 billion dollars and most of that expense came from four of the five disasters, which were hurricanes affecting the Southeast.

“As you can imagine these super-storms are creating an enormous demand for professional insurance claims adjusters, especially in the Southeast,” says Diana Fink who founded Central Insurance School more then 20-years ago. “In the past three years we’ve seen a dramatic increase in enrollment.”

Professional insurance claims adjusters say the career field is rewarding because they are able to help those in need. As an added bonus adjusters are paid on a per-claim basis, which creates a flexible workload.

“I’ve seen thousands of people switch to this career field recently because it’s not a difficult transition for people with passion,” says Fink whose insurance school is headquartered in Florida. “Because of the quality of our programs, lawmakers allow students from our school to waive the state licensing exam after completion of a four-day course.”

Central Insurance School is the only private insurance school in the state of Florida to hold this designation for the past five years. That’s because the Sunshine State is one of the most selective in the nation when it comes to licensing professional insurance adjusters. For this reason, several other states acknowledge the Florida license and it’s a popular place to get licensed.

“It’s great for our students because they come from across the nation, get a non-resident license and they can practice in most states in the nation,” says Fink who has been in the insurance industry for more than 35 years. “When people come to our school they learn from our experienced teachers who teach based on expertise as well as theory.”

For more information on becoming a professional insurance adjuster, please contact Central Insurance School by phone at 800-571-2003 or online at http://www.centralinsuranceschool.com.

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