A typical day at work for an Independent Public Adjuster would consist of making phone calls and setting up appointments within a "warm market". You would then meet with the homeowner in their home and conduct a thorough home owners policy review. Following the policy review, you would inform the homeowner of what coverages they had, but most importantly, the coverages that they did not have. You would then do a property inspection of the entire home, pointing out damages that may be covered under their current homeowners policy.
To help you stay up to date on the insurance industry, Metro provides free, weekly training to all agents as well as a weekly call in with the President of the company. Metro also conducts its own CE classes, which are top in the industry.
I absolutely love working and being associated with this company. The hardest part of this job was waiting to get paid on claims you have written and submitted. This is in no way the company's fault, rather it all part of the insurance process. You have to wait for the claim to settle before you can get paid on it.
I truly do love the opportunity of just showing up at the company headquarters in Bensalem and being able to walk right into the Presidents office and being able to sit down and talk with him. Everyone I have ever dealt with at this company have always been top notch.