Med/PIP Claims Representative - Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Job ID #: 00097481 Location(s): FL - Ft. Lauderdale Functional Area: Claims Education Required: Bachelors Degree Position Type: Full Time Relocation Provided: None Experience Required: None
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We are looking for results-driven, customer service focused individuals who have a sincere interest in helping people to build a rewarding long-term career with us as a Med/PIP Claims Representative!
Our Med/PIP Claims Representatives will: o Work with individuals involved in accidents to help them understand the medical claims process and the benefits they are entitled to receive. o Determine reimbursement of medical, wage loss, and other benefits which may include negotiating settlement of injury claims. o Use strong customer service skills to negotiate with policyholders and claimants to settle the claim.
If you have the following: o Bachelors Degree. o Excellent customer service and communication skills. o Interest in learning about physical injuries, medical terminology, medical treatment protocols, and the wage loss claims process.
If you are looking for the following in your next career move: o Paid training through the award winning and industry leading University of Farmers. o Total Rewards benefits package, 401K, and a competitive starting salary. o Rapid growth potential and management opportunities for success-oriented people through education, mentorship programs, and inspirational leadership at a company you can be proud of. Then Farmers Insurance is the place for you!
Bilingual candidates may be eligible to earn multilingual pay!
Candidates must be able to attend a company paid 3 week off-site training course in Westlake, California.
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Conducts investigation on assigned cases, confirms coverage, determines liability, identifies subrogation rights, establishes damages, prepares for arbitration, reports status, and negotiates settlement (has authority to make payment of assigned claims within prescribed limits). Adjusts all types of claims. Inspects damaged property and vehicles, and determines claims related damage. Determines and reports on subrogation potential. Initiates the sale of salvage vehicles, personal property, and miscellaneous salvage items. Reports theft, fraud, and arson losses as required to state and industry agencies. Assists and trains agents under the Agency Claims Training Program (includes assisting in the development of proper repair facilities). Performs most duties on an individual basis, and work has a direct bearing on Management results. Represents the Company from a public relations standpoint and must conduct oneself as a member of Management at all times. Contacts are a major part of activity and include policyholders, claimants, agents, witnesses, repair facilities, contractors, police and fire departments, state and county fraud and arson personnel, special investigators, attorneys, expert witnesses, members of the medical profession and all other persons incident to the investigation and processing of claims. Performs other duties as assigned.