Claim Resolution Specialist (I or II), Appraisal
Completes quality appraisals of damaged vehicles to restore these vehicles to their pre-damage condition. Completes moderate to more complex claims within assigned authority limits consistent with company policy and legal requirements. Daily expectations include total loss opinions, auto repair shop and independent adjuster appraisal re-inspections, and supplemental appraisals. Provides best in class service to our internal and external customers. Provides technical and procedural assistance to other insurance professionals in relation to the claims appraisal process.
Using multiple software systems and claims best practices, prepares itemized appraisals indicating costs of parts, materials and labor necessary to restore damaged vehicles to their pre-damage condition. Submits appraisals promptly to claims personnel or issues payments to policyholders and/or claimants to expeditiously process claims. Provides technical advice on vehicle repair, parts costs, garage expertise and opinions on whether specific damage is related to a particular accident. Completes auto repair facility and independent re-inspections, supplements as warranted to verify damage or confirm repairs are completed. Resolves disagreements and negotiates with auto repair facilities, Independent Adjusters, claimants and policyholders. Evaluates claims for potential fraud or subrogation. May be called upon for catastrophe duty All other duties as assigned.
- Requirements include a thorough knowledge of automobile parts and repair techniques, terminology and vehicle construction
- An understanding of the basic claims department operation is necessary
- Requires strong negotiation and analytical skills, strong computer skills and ability to work with multi-faceted systems
- Ability to effectively and independently manage workload while exhibiting good judgment
- Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate in both written and verbal form
- The capabilities, skills and knowledge required is normally acquired through a Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience and at least 1-3 years of directly related experience
- Licensing and certification are required
- For car custodians, a valid driver's license is required
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