CAT PROPERTY ADJUSTER I STAFF CASUALTY ADJUSTER (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 2, 2017
Pretty good place to work, for the most part. it was a TPA Company handling 3rd Party claims for several other large Insurance carriers. I worked a lot of Catastrophe claims for hurricanes hail storms, floods , tornado's etc.
QA ANALYST II (Former Employee) – Atlanta North, GA – May 5, 2017
Overworked and Underpaid will be the story of your life. But you will learn some valuable things here. Management is run by the good ole boy network. Not much diversity and do no value their employees.
somewhere to work
terrible pay, bad bosses, no culture, overworked, doesn't value employees
Title Document Processing, Liability Adjuster (Former Employee) – Greeley, CO – April 21, 2017
Typical work day can be stressful and demanding. Although a healthy approach to work day task is encouraged my management, the actual demands and details required in completing tasks and being productive from a time standpoint generally create longer than average hours for a typical work day. Management does provide support as much as possible. Working remote has benefits as well as negatives aspects, not having a commute to the office is a plus but many times being isolated is difficult when there are issues that need to be addressed involving assigned work task. Having to the freedom to schedule your day based is really nice and is completely acceptable my management as long as production/time service goals are achieved.
Independence, being able to work from remote location.
Work load at times, isolation from working remote away from office.
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – April 16, 2017
The office is small and the conversations are too many since there is more than 1 company. One may get tired of hearing all the personal conversations everyday all throughout the day...is the hardest part. The way the employees are arranged and unable to move to another desk within the office at free will is hard, but understandable. The most enjoyable part of my job believe it or not is the work. I really enjoy what I do as an Administrative Assistant.
Multi-Line Adjuster (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – April 9, 2017
I have never worked as a Muti-Line Adjuster. Working for Crawford allowed me to handle Food contaminated claims, Slip and falls, Embezzlement, an insight of how State Farm Insurance Company handles Bodily Injury Claims, as I settled their excess claims through Crawford and Company. They have also trained me how to perform Lease Returns.
Heavy Equipment & Auto Adjuster (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – February 16, 2017
Crawford and Company is a great company. I worked with Crawford prior to working catastrophe claims and worked in the field out of my home. This required lots of drive time, but in turn able to make and manage my own schedule!
Independent Adjuster (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – February 7, 2017
Crawford is a great place to work. If you are just starting out your career in claims this is a great place to start. Work/life balance is great, the claims count however can get overwhelming at times, but Management is understanding, as long as you show that you are working they really leave you alone, but again you must show that you are contributing and working.
A nice work environment with competent and helpful supervisors and nice co-workers.
NURSE CASE MANAGER (Former Employee) – Plantation, FL – January 7, 2017
It was totally telephonic case management for injured workers across the country. Spoke with workers, employers and physicians to assess progress of worker and to obtain light duty work when possible. It was here that I learned how to use a computer, and to manage cases. Took part in Utilization Reviews if the situation did not fit the written criteria. Spoke directly with doctors onsite. The most enjoyable part of the job was having lunch with co-workers either in the nice cafeteria or outside by the lake. The hardest part of the job was when I was new and our daily pending list was 40 hours, which was humanly impossible. Once more nurses were hired, it was much more manageable.