assessor (insurance assessor)

assessor (insurance assessor)

Reading a report relating to an insured event in the office
Reading a report relating to an insured event in the office A detail inspection of the damaged wing Discussing the car damage with an auto mechanic Photodocumenting the damaged car
assessor (insurance assessor):

Who are they and what do they do? The task of an assessor is to investigate damage suffered by the clients of the insurance company, and to work out proposals for compensating them.

What are the activities of the job? These include - receiving and processing reports on damages, compensation claims and related documents - visiting sites of events insured against - evaluating whether the conditions of an insurance contract have been met - determining the scope of damages - overseeing the whole process of the claim including the determination of the amount of compensation for damages based on conditions set out in the insurance contract and other relevant rules - - keeping records of events insured against - preparing support documents for paying the clients damages - advising clients or potential clients.

Where is it done and under what conditions? The job is done in a wide range of places, from households to factory buildings, office space, agricultural facilities, usually without any major problems in the work environment.

What tools/equipment do they use? These include the appropriate tables and norms, computer technology, the spoken word.

What do you need to succeed? You need to have graduated from a school providing a complete secondary, higher or university education. You also need quick judgement, precision, a cultivated appearance and conduct, and ability to deal with people.

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