Adjusting the Commercial Loss – 2
For example, if it is a fire loss, the adjuster must decide if a fire cause investigator is needed. If it is a theft loss the adjuster must determine if the assistance of a forensic accountant is needed. The adjuster must determine whether the loss is too complex, or if there is a possibility of fraud, that would require the adjuster to retain an attorney to provide advice and counsel before the adjustment could be completed.
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