Liability Claims Adjuster
The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association has an immediate opening for a Liability Claims Adjuster. This is a unique opportunity to work in a dynamic, fast-paced, and intellectually stimulating environment for an established local company which continues to grow, located in Grain Valley Missouri (just east of Kansas City, MO). The ideal candidate will have a minimum of two years bodily injury liability claims adjusting experience, including large, medically complex cases, and possess excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal skills.
- Investigates and evaluates assigned bodily injury and property damage claims for coverage, liability, and appropriate settlement value.
- Establishes case reserves and revises as needed to reflect probable exposure.
- Extensive communication with insureds, claimants, attorneys, motor carriers, tow companies, government bureaus, outside adjusters, industry professionals, witnesses, and any other person(s) or entities relevant to the investigation and evaluation of a given claim.
- Reviews field adjusters' reports and estimates of damage to evaluate property damage settlements.
- Prepares report of investigative findings and negotiates settlements with claimants or their legal counsel.
- Prepares written correspondence as needed.
- Maintains and proactively works an inventory of pending claims in an organized and efficient manner to move each claim forward as timely as possible to resolution.
- Works with In-house Counsel and approved local counsel on litigated claims. Attends litigation hearings when needed.
- Performs various special projects as needed.
- Maintains a high level of professionalism and confidentiality while providing excellent customer service.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Send Resume and Cover Letter to: HR@ooida.com
Who OOIDA is: The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association is the international trade association representing the interests of independent owner-operators and professional drivers on all issues that affect truckers. The over 150,000 members of OOIDA are men and women in all 50 states and Canada who collectively own and/or operate more than 240,000 individual heavy-duty trucks and small truck fleets.
What OOIDA does: Since 1973, the Association has actively advocated the views of professional truckers through its interaction with state, provincial and federal government agencies, legislatures, the courts, other associations, and private businesses to advance an equitable environment for commercial drivers. OOIDA is active in all aspects of highway safety and transportation policy, and represents the positions of professional truckers on numerous committees and in various forums on the local, state, provincial, national and international levels. The Association participates in virtually every significant rulemaking affecting professional truckers, testifies at all major hearings on trucking issues, and participates in industry-wide organizations and conferences