Duty of Adjuster Regarding Liability Insurance – 2
An adjuster, by definition, adjusts claims and negotiates settlements with third parties. Only when the adjuster fails is it necessary to retain counsel to defend the insured. If liability is clear and the claimant is reasonable a settlement will be reached. A majority of all claims are resolved without the insurer having to retain counsel to defend the insured.
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