[ UK /ɐd‍ʒˈʌstɐ/ ]
  1. one who investigates insurance claims or claims for damages and recommends an effective settlement
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How To Use adjustor In A Sentence

  • For the first 15 years of his adult life, he worked as an insurance agent and claims adjustor and as a sales manager for a moving company. Help Wanted on Factory Floor
  • She works without irony as a loss adjustor, hired by an insurance company to put a figure on the reparation of loss in times of accident and tragedy. Letting Go « Tales from the Reading Room
  • The government plays a important role in making the police and assignment, it must be a adjustor.
  • Were Caro a man, I imagine his job as a loss adjustor would be his personality and his romances would illuminate the job, instead of the other way around. Letting Go « Tales from the Reading Room
  • But he's given little air time, compared to competitors such as Fox's Jay Glazer, and his presentation skills suggest an insurance claims adjustor explaining the stuff that wasn't covered in your policy just when you need it. Grading NFL coverage: Networks have room for improvement
  • Recently Fishman traveled to Texas, where he put on headphones at Travelers' consumer call center, and to funerals in North Carolina, for a claims adjustor who was in a fatal car accident, and in upstate New York, for the son of an employee killed in Afghanistan. Wall Street's Honest Man
  • From the clínica Cecilia would be able to call the adjustor and tell him about the accident. Surviving a highway accident in Mexico
  • My wife, Cecilia, who has a 30 year background in insurance, was concerned about two things: the cut on her head, which was bleeding freely, and calling an insurance adjustor from the list of adjustors which came with our insurance package. Surviving a highway accident in Mexico
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