8 Insurance Companies That Hire Entry Level Claims Adjusters

Companies That Hire Entry Level Claims Adjusters

Are you looking to work as an entry-level claims adjuster but lack the training? Being certified as a claims adjuster is one thing, but gaining the experience you need to do the job right is another. The good news is… the more you practice, the better adjuster you’ll become. 

You have to learn how paperwork is done and how to read insurance policies. You also have to learn if the damage is covered in the policy or not.

Also, you should be in touch with new laws and updates. If you don’t know anyone who can teach you all this, then don’t worry! We are surely going to guide you about that in the following article. 

Let’s start!

Many companies provide training services to new adjusters. So, they can produce better and more educated adjusters who can handle the damage claims professionally.

They want adjusters who are quick pickers, hard workers, and quick learners. They not only provide insurance services but also proper training and guidance to new and fresh adjusters. So, they can hire professional customer handling adjusters with good customer care techniques.



In this article, you’ll learn about 8 companies that hire new insurance adjusters without training. All you need is previous work experience and almost everyone has that. It will be best for those new adjusters who want training and eventually, full-time work.



They operate in many different cities and states. On the east coast, you have to report to the training center in Virginia. The salaries are based on your location. What they are doing is, they are taking into account the cost of living. For example; the position in DC auto MVP (management development program) pays $63,000 and in Georgia, it pays $44,000. They have a training program for the auto as well as property.

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If you are in the Texas area, this is very good for you. You can check their reviews on their site. They are providing a large number of training programs.

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Progressive is going to be wonderful for most people because they have a lot of positions, even more, the GEICO. They also offer many training positions all over the country. If you are in college, they have intern positions also. The salary is $46,000.



You may have seen some of their commercials. They have an office in stock state GEORGIA. The great thing about travelers is that they have a variety of training positions. You can do indoor or outdoor auto. They also have indoor and outdoor property adjusting. They are available in many different locations.


You may not have heard about this site but they are the world’s largest publicly traded P&C insurance company in the U.S. Once you fill up a claim at Chubb, it comes with a lifetime exclusive customer service with their program.

Their program is called Chubb Associate Program. When you apply, they don’t have an assessment but they do have a video interview. So you have to prepare for that.



They have a training program for six to nine months. They provide claims management and coverage reviews. They offer 35 hours of work per week.



They provide claims adjusters for ‘LLOYD’S OF LONDON’. You would love to work with them. They are in Southeast Charlotte North Carolina. Their training program is for two months. They provide housing and cover your moving cost also which is fantastic!



Blue Cross and Blue Shield developed separately, with Blue Cross providing coverage for hospital services and Blue Shield covering physicians’ services. Blue Cross is a name used by an association of health insurance plans throughout the United States.


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I hope this article may have benefited you a lot and given you the information you needed about entry-level claims adjuster jobs. If you want to be a successful claims adjuster, you need to take a training course so you can learn all the insurance policies very well. Also, you will improve your customer handling skills, which is one of the top priorities of the insurance business. All you have to do is practice again and again. These companies are one of the best-rated companies. You must give them a try!


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9 Responses

  1. Good afternoon IEbahi,

    My name is Katharine, I recently acquired my 6-20 license in June 2020 for the state or Florida and interested in RSVP for the work from home right away webinar. I would like to know how to get to train with your company as a field adjuster.
    The goal I am moving towards is to become a PA in the near future. I want to learn everything there is to know to pursue a PA position and help others.
    I have been watching for the past 2 weeks YouTube Videos on Adjuster TV to self educate (I will tell you there is not enough time in the day for all I want to learn and watch and just get the right tools to complete the job requirements), I am learning from experts like yourself who are willing to give real life scenarios. Thank you for sharing.

    1. Depends on your state. Generally, a P&C license is all you need for the adjuster exam. HOWEVER, Selecting the right exam is the most critical step. You could need up taking the wrong test. We can help. Just let us know hello@majoradjusters.com

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