On-site Professionals Face Hidden Dangers says American Association of Public Insurance Adjusters
WASHINGTON, May 7, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Whether you’re an insurance adjuster, appraiser, real estate professional or governmental agent, there is documented risk in entering other people’s homes… especially when they are under duress.
Those risks and several resulting tragedies are what inspired the creation of the new, nonprofit manual, Safety in the Field for Adjusters and other On-Site Professionals.
“If this manual can save one life, it’s worth it,” opines Jeffery Froeschle, father of Katie, a young insurance adjuster who thought she was making a routine visit to assess storm damage. Little did Froeschle’s daughter know her job was leading her into a different kind of violent storm that was about to extinguish her life.