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“If you can earn an average of $500 per home, do five in a day, every day, that’s $17,500 per week; that’s a very attractive proposition.

But, a big misconception among new adjusters is that adjustment companies have fewer options than what they actually do. Many believe that these opportunities are waiting for them soon as they’re licensed, but they aren’t.

Most adjusters unknowingly base their deployability and success in claims on haphazard-luck, rather than in something measurable.”
Not experienced? Then it's time to get EDUCATED.

Without EDUCATION, you'll never be a GOOD adjuster, regardless of experience.

Most adjusters gain their education through field experience, but this field experience doesn't replace education or make them knowledgeable about subject matter. Not every experienced adjuster is a good adjuster.

Education and knowledge will ALWAYS triumph over experience.
Someone with experience but no education or someone with no experience but a GREAT education specific to the deployment?

Remember, there are thousands of adjusters waiting to deploy to a hail storm--this gives the adjustment companies leverage.

This allows adjustment companies to evaluate adjusters based on quality before availability.

Deploying an adjuster based exclusively on availability means the adjustment company has no other options.

  • Unscrupulous or uneducated roofers, contractors, and homeowners often misidentify hail damage and push this onto the adjuster. It’s the adjuster's responsibility to know the difference.

  • Hail inspections require a protocol that’s much stricter than those involved with wind claims. Adjusters not already familiar with this protocol are avoided.

  • Deployments are not meant to be your place of learning. Adjustment companies do not care to train anyone at their own expense. Learn first, deploy second.

  • Learn how to observe and adjust hail damage from an adjuster’s perspective.

  • Become more deployable with targeted-training specific to hail-affected residential materials.

  • No need to travel or wait for an event, this media-rich course is 100% online – learn when it’s convenient for you, even while in the field!

  • Access to this course never expires! You can come back and refer to these materials throughout your career.

  • 01
    Chapter 1: Basics of Hail and Workplace Safety
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    • Introduction to Chapter 1: Basics of Hail and Workplace Safety
    • Lesson 1: What is hail?
    • Quiz 1
    • Lesson 2: When and how does it hail?
    • Quiz 2
    • Lesson 3: Where does hail occur?
    • Quiz 3
    • Lesson 4: Essential Safety Considerations
    • Exclusive Offer for Adjuster University Students!
    • Quiz 4
    • Chapter 1: Exam
  • 02
    Chapter 2: Identify Hail Damage on Multiple Types of Roof Structures
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    • Introduction to Chapter 2: Identify Hail Damage on Multiple Types of Roof Structures
    • Lesson 1: Basics of Hail Damage Inspections for Residential Roofing
    • Quiz 1
    • Lesson 2: Slate Roofs
    • Quiz 2
    • Lesson 3: Clay (Tile) Roofs
    • Quiz 3
    • Lesson 4: Metal Roofs
    • Quiz 4
    • Lesson 5: Copper Roofs
    • Quiz 5
    • Lesson 6: Cedar Wood Shake or Shingle Roofs
    • Quiz 6
    • Lesson 7: Composition (Asphalt) Shingle Roof
    • Quiz 7
    • Lesson 8: Hail Damage Insurance Reports
    • Quiz 8
    • Chapter 2: Exam
  • 03
    Chapter 3: Common Ways to Misidentify Hail Damage to the Roof and How to Avoid Them
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    • Introduction to Chapter 3: Common Ways to Misidentify Hail Damage to the Roof and How to Avoid Them
    • Lesson 1: Basics of Roof Damage
    • Quiz 1
    • Lesson 2: Common Damage to Slate Roofs
    • Quiz 2
    • Lesson 3: Common Damage to Clay (Tile) Roofs
    • Quiz 3
    • Lesson 4: Common Damage to Metal Roofs
    • Quiz 4
    • Lesson 5: Common Damage to Copper Roofs
    • Quiz 5
    • Lesson 6: Common Damage to Cedar Woof Shake Roof
    • Quiz 6
    • Lesson 7: Common Damage to (Asphalt) Shingle Roof
    • Quiz 7
    • Chapter 3: Exam
  • 04
    Chapter 4: How Hail Affects Most Known Residential Siding Material
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    • Introduction to Chapter 4: How Hail Affects Most Known Residential Siding Material
    • Lesson 1: Beyond Roofs Impact of Hail on Residential Siding
    • Quiz 1
    • Lesson 2: Wood Siding
    • Quiz 2
    • Lesson 3: Aluminum and Steel Siding
    • Quiz 3
    • Lesson 4: Vinyl Siding
    • Quiz 4
    • Lesson 5: Fiber Cement Siding
    • Quiz 5
    • Lesson 6: Bricks
    • Quiz 6
    • Chapter 4: Exam
  • 05
    Chapter 5: How Hail Affects Other Residential Exterior Materials
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    • Introduction to Chapter 5: How Hail Affects Other Residential Exterior Materials
    • Lesson 1: Overview of Hail Impact on Residential Exterior Materials
    • Quiz 1
    • Lesson 2: Fascia and Soffit
    • Quiz 2
    • Lesson 3: Gutters, Downspouts, and Associated Roof Structures
    • Quiz 3
    • Lesson 4: Windows and Doors
    • Quiz 4
    • Lesson 5: Decks, Porches, and Awnings
    • Quiz 5
    • Lesson 6: Garage Doors
    • Quiz 6
    • Chapter 5 Exam
  • 06
    Chapter 6: Determining Non-Hail Related Damages
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    • Introduction to Chapter 6: Determining Non-Hail Related Damages
    • Lesson 1: Basics of Siding and Exterior Structures Damage
    • Quiz 1
    • Lesson 2: Common Damage to Wood Siding
    • Quiz 2
    • Lesson 3: Metal Siding
    • Quiz 3
    • Lesson 4: Vinyl Siding
    • Quiz 4
    • Lesson 5: Fiber Cement Siding
    • Quiz 5
    • Lesson 6: Brick Siding
    • Quiz 6
    • Lesson 7: Fascia and Soffit
    • Quiz 7
    • Lesson 8: Common Damage to Gutters and Other Roof Structures
    • Quiz 8
    • Lesson 9: Common Damage to Windows and Doors
    • Quiz 9
    • Lesson 10: Common Damage to Decks, Porches, and Awnings
    • Quiz 10
    • Lesson 11: Common Damage to Garage Doors
    • Quiz 11
    • Chapter 6 Exam
  • 07
    Chapter 7: Damages to Common Residential Structures
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    • Introduction to Chapter 7: Damages to Common Residential Structures
    • Lesson 1: Hail Damage to Other Outside Materials and Structures
    • Quiz 1
    • Lesson 2: Hail Damage to Central Air Conditioners or HVAC Units
    • Quiz 2
    • Lesson 3: Pools and Pool Covers
    • Quiz 3
    • Lesson 4: Hail Damage to Trees and Shrubs
    • Quiz 4
    • Lesson 5: Sheds and Animal Houses
    • Quiz 5
    • Lesson 6: Hail Damage to Fences
    • Quiz 6
    • Lesson 7: Hail Damage to Swing Sets
    • Quiz 7
    • Chapter 7 Exam
  • 08
    Chapter 8: Non-Hail Related Storm Damages
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    • Introduction to Chapter 8: Non-Hail Related Storm Damages
    • Lesson 1: Common Residential Damage that is Not Hail Damage
    • Quiz 1
    • Lesson 2: Non-Hail Damage to HVAC Units
    • Quiz 2
    • Lesson 3: Non-Hail Damage to Pools
    • Quiz 3
    • Lesson 4: Common Damage to Trees and Shrubbery
    • Quiz 4
    • Lesson 5: Common Damage to Sheds and Animal Houses
    • Quiz 5
    • Lesson 6: Common Damages to Fences
    • Quiz 6
    • Lesson 7: Common Non-Hail Damage to Swing Sets
    • Quiz 7
    • Chapter 8 Exam
  • 09
    Residential Hail Certification: Final Exam
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    • Residential Hail Final Exam
  • Jeremy Rettig

    MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR:

    Jeremy Rettig is a coach and mentor for independent adjusters. Through his training, Jeremy has helped hundreds of independent adjusters reach higher levels in their careers while raising the awareness about his obscure career-path.

    In 2016, Jeremy launched Adjusting to 6 Figures, a lifestyle blog for independent adjusters. Since then, he has built multiple insurance technology-related organizations including Adjuster University.

    Jeremy Rettig

    Founder of Adjuster University