Claims Adjuster AIU Claims
MetLife - Henderson, NV

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Job Location

Henderson, NV

Job Description

Job Summary:
Provides exceptional customer service while investigating, evaluating and resolving auto claims.

Functional Responsibilities:
Interviews insureds, claimants and other parties to determine the facts of the claim.

Creates and documents claims file to comply with company guidelines and state regulations.

Reviews factual information to determine coverage and/or liability of all parties to the claim.

Determines value of the claim considering depreciation and actual cash value, negotiates and commits to the settlement, and moves claim to closure.

Resolves complaints, and participates in arbitration and/or grievance procedures.

Recommends subrogation and/or SIU referral.

Manages pending claims to meet company quality criteria.

Performs other related duties as assigned or required.

Job Requirements

Desired Qualifications:
Bachelors degree or 2+ years related business experience preferred

Claims handling experience preferred

Strong written and verbal communication skills

Conflict resolution skills

Strong investigative, evaluation and negotiation skills

Ability to make independent decisions

Business Category

Americas Region

Job Category

Number of Openings


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