Definition: Contents, also known as personal property, refers to any items located inside or outside of a home that are not permanently affixed or nailed down.
In insurance policies, Contents coverage is distinct from Dwelling coverage and is primarily handled by a Contents Adjuster. The role of a Contents Adjuster involves inspecting, evaluating, documenting, estimating, and settling all damaged contents items associated with a loss.
Contents loss adjusting demands skills such as time management, organization, patience, and exceptional customer service. If you possess these traits and have a keen eye for detail, a career as a Contents Adjuster may be worth considering.
Our instructors have over 35 years of combined experience as Contents Adjusters and are subject matter experts in their field. With extensive knowledge gained from various roles, including file examiner, team lead, and field manager, there is no better way to learn about Contents loss adjusting than from our seasoned professionals.
In this comprehensive course, you will gain valuable knowledge and skills related to handling personal property (contents) claims as an insurance adjuster. The course covers the following key areas:
By completing this certification course, you will be equipped with the necessary expertise to handle personal property (contents) claims with confidence and professionalism, ensuring fair and accurate settlements for the insured.
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This course is 2.5 days and conducted in our virtual classroom via WebEx with a live instructor.
1. Personal Property Claim Assignment
2. Contents Coverage per The Policy
3. Initial Contact
4. Phone & Field Inspections
5. File Management
8. Final Exam
Upon passing the final exam, student will receive a completion certificate & CEs
The provided document is the Payment & Cancellation Policy of TPAS, LLC (The Property Adjustment Specialists), outlining the terms and conditions related to registration, payment, and cancellation of courses.