Claims Adjuster Skills

Claims Adjuster Skills for Resumes and Interviews

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Here's a list of claims adjuster skills for resumes, cover letters, job applications and interviews. Required skills will vary based on the job for which you're applying, so also review our list of skills listed by job and type of skill.

Claims Adjuster Skills

A - C

  • Accuracy
  • Adaptability
  • Administrative
  • Advocating for Policy Holders with Other Insurance Companies
  • Analytical
  • Applying Automotive Knowledge
  • Applying Knowledge of Home Construction
  • Assertiveness
  • Assessing Responsibility for Accidents
  • Attention to Detail
  • Auto Claims
  • Balancing Customer Needs with Company Interests
  • Bodily Injury Claims
  • Calculating Offers for Claims
  • Calming Agitated Policy Holders
  • Claims Handling
  • Claims Handling Guidelines
  • Claims Management
  • Claims Processing
  • Collaboration
  • Composing Correspondence
  • Comprehending Worker Compensation Laws
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Critical Thinking
  • Customer Relations
  • Customer Service

D - L

  • Decision Making
  • Documenting Facts with Cases
  • Drafting Disclaimers and Reservation of Rights Letters
  • Estimating Costs
  • Evaluate Eligibility
  • Evaluating Estimates for Repairs
  • Evaluate Policy Coverage
  • Figuring Depreciation Values and Replacement Costs
  • Following Company Policy
  • Foreign Language
  • General Liability
  • Handling a Large Volume of Work
  • Homeowners Insurance
  • Inspecting Damaged Property
  • Insurance Contracts
  • Interpersonal
  • Interviewing Claimants and Witnesses
  • Investigative
  • Learning and Remembering Medical Terminology
  • Learning New Technology
  • Liability

M - Q

  • Mathematical
  • Mechanical Reasoning
  • Medical Terminology
  • Microsoft Office
  • Monitoring Changes in Laws Impacting Claims
  • Monitor Claims
  • Multitasking
  • Negotiation
  • Negotiating Settlements
  • Open Claims
  • Organizational
  • Persistence
  • Persuasive
  • Preparing Federal and State Regulatory Forms
  • Prioritizing
  • Problem Solving
  • Property and Casualty

R - Z

  • Reading and Understanding Insurance Policies
  • Reports
  • Reporting Evidence at Legal Proceedings
  • Resolving Complaints
  • Reviewing Police and Hospital Records
  • Settlements
  • Teamwork
  • Time Management
  • Utilizing Claims Software and Databases
  • Verbal Communication
  • Workers Compensation
  • Working Extended Hours during Crises
  • Working Independently
  • Writing Reports Detailing Findings of Investigations
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