Who are Independent Contractors?
Independent contractors are professionals who work on a contractual basis and are not directly employed by a specific insurance company. They are hired to provide specialized services in various aspects of the claims process. These independent contractors may offer their expertise to insurance companies, policyholders, or law firms involved in property insurance claims. Here are some roles that independent contractors may take in the property insurance claims law industry:
• Claims Adjusters
• Public Adjusters
• Forensic Experts
• Mediators and Arbitrators
• Legal Consultants
These independent contractors play vital roles in ensuring a fair and efficient resolution of property insurance claims. They bring specialized skills and expertise to different stages of the claims process, contributing to the overall integrity and effectiveness of the insurance industry.
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