AIG Employee Reviews for Adjuster
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At times the workload was somewhat challenging; however, with prioritizing it was manageable and the end results were satisfying. A wealth of knowledge can be gained working in this position.
I enjoyed the work I was doing as a medical only adjuster. My manager at the time as very easy to work with. The company changed policies, eliminated positions and later relocated the office.
Provided plenty of training to keep up with job requirements
Upper management in home office, made unfair requirements that made it difficult to perform the job.
There is no training.No raises. Whatever your starting salary is, there it will remain until you advance to another position. Impossible to advance if your not in the "AIG good ole boy clique." Salary is ok and benefits are good. But if you want an insurance career, this is not the place to work especially if you're older or non-Caucasian.
My date starts out looking at emails. Responding to any claimant's or insureds from the day before. Next would be seeing if there have been any claims to come in overnight or after I left for the day. I've learned to be very detailed oriented even more than before. Management is not bad I would assume all managers are different and many adjusters have different experiences with each. Workplace is relaxed great co-workers. Hardest part of the job is claimant's or insureds with unrealistic expectations. Most enjoyable part is we receive plenty of free food.
I worked for AIG for many years. I loved each day of my days there. I loved the employees. I loved management. Management made sure that if you had any questions you could always ask and made you feel comfortable doing so.l
There were always incentives
being laid off
This is where I learned my lost time claims and how to view claims from initial to closure. Co-worker were very nice to get allow with. I was sadden when AIG lost the Wal-Mart account to CMI.
Working for AIG
Not working for CMI
A typical day at work consisted of reviewing new claims that were filed, answering calls and making contact via phone. Reviewing medical records and reports and determining coverage and benefit eligibility. I learned how to summarize medical records, how to deal with different personalities and not take things personally. My managers were knowledgeable and experiences which was a benefit for me as this was my first auto insurance job. My co-workers were great people to get know and work with. The hardest part of the job was learning to summarize the medical records and getting comfortable with making decision regarding a person's benefits. What I enjoyed most about the job was the challenge of learning something new and growing.
Great company, good co-workers, new opportunities
Being disresepcted by insured's, no job security
I worked in subrogation so I dealt with other insurance companies and uninsured parties directly to try and get money paid out back.This is where I began my future in insurance. I started in clerical and worked my way up to a subrogation specialist. It was a great learning experience.
not far from home
managers were hard on us employees
My day began at 7:30 and ended at 4:30. I was responsible for investigating new accidental death claims, sending continued benefits on existing claims and paying supplemental health claims. I learned the "in's a out's of accidental death claims and supplemental health claims. Management had a very "open door" policy. My co-workers were easy to get along with and were very helpful. There was no "hard part" of my job. I most enjoyed speaking with people.
the hours were very reasonalble.
no health care or other benefits for contract workers
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