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Liberty Mutual Insurance
CAT Claim Adjuster was asked...July 14, 2016

Describe a time when you had to tell someone bad news and there was nothing you could do to fix the situation?

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I will explain every policy and each step of the terms, using a language they can understand. Mirroring the costumer language and review the situation, plus the evidence with them. Also, if they have any farther questions about anything be available to contact me back Less

I made sure i used a situation, behavior, application, and outcome in my answers. Less

I once had to tell a customer that the damage to their car would not be covered because it was determined that the accident she got in was her fault and she didn’t have comprehensive coverage. Less

GEICO

A shop disagrees with your estimate of labor hours and says you are trying to cheat the customer, who do you handle the situation?

2 Answers

Yes

I would ask the shop mechanic how much time he thinks it would take to fix the damages. If it is near my estimate, I would adjust the amount of labor hours to the mechanic’s estimation. Less

Allstate

The one unscripted question was: I am a customer, and you wrote the estimate on my car up as a 3 hour repair on the quarter panel, and I say I want it replaced. What do you say?

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I would reference the company policy explaining that the amount of damage done to the quarter panels warrants a repair, not a replacement. If the customer fears the safety of the car will be compromised, I would ensure them that the damage was mostly cosmetic and not structural. Less

Rain and Hail Insurance

If you could be a superhero, what power would you possess?

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Me: Anything but the ability to control lightning. Interviewer: Why so? Me: So that we can still claim lightning strikes as acts of God on insurance claims. Less

Fly - of course. Then I would not be looking for a job.

My power would be to turn stupid questions into relevant questions that have to do with the actual job. Less

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State Farm

None, really, but giving an example of a time you received critical feedback is a tricky question because you don't really want it to seem like you are the type to make huge mistakes or are in need of constant coaching.

10 Answers

Is this postion for the Irving, Texas location?

No, it was in Tempe AZ

I am interviewing for the same position in Tempe, AZ this week. What is the salary that they are offering? Less

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State Farm

No questions were difficult, just know why you want to work for State Farm

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Were you offered the job on the spot ? How long after your in person interview did it take until you were offered? Less

Licensing was not difficult. At first you’re nervous because it’s new to you. But I studied for the Florida test and half of the other class has the Texas test which was written and the whole class passed Less

Yes - After the phone interview they asked me if i wanted to accept the position. Less

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State Farm

None of the questions were really difficult. you just have to have scenarios ready and be ready to give the situation, how you handled it and the result. Some questions were: Tell me a time you disagreed with a boss and how you handled it? or tell me a time you worked as part of a team and they weren't pulling their weight and how you handled it, etc.

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I have accepted an offer this week from State Farm. How do you know that they expect you to stick to a strict schedule if you haven't started yet? Less

First, congrats on the new job.. I asked the recruiter a lot of questions. I have claims handling experience and in the scenario questions/answers I gave, it was easy to compare the differences from what I was used to. I dont know what state your position is so it may be different depending on how the office is ran. But she described to me that to regulate things, there is a strict schedule made. They will basically map out your whole day. They will tell you what tasks to handle at which hours and when to take your lunch etc. She also stated that the employees schedule from start to finish will vary but you will know 2-3 months ahead of time. I assume this is how all of them will be because the recruiter was from New York and I am not, nor is my position. Training is 6 months and is a solid 8-4. I dont start until July.... So we will see how things go..It was explained that there's not much freedom to make your own decisions. But Ive been made offers that made it sound bad before and it was the opposite. Less

Hey, I start in July as well. Are you in Frederick, MD?

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Progressive Insurance

One question that was not part of the STAR method, I was asked was how do you help foster your work environment.

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Accepted their offer as of yesterday!

Congratulations! Me as well!

Have you heard bAck yet?

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Social Security Administration

"A claimant comes in with her little children who are being very disruptive in the office. The mother (the claimant) cannot focus on the interview questions, what do you do?"

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You mentioned bloggers...do you have any further resources for the interviews? Specific blogs I can look at to prepare myself further? Any help would be great!! I interview May 12, 2014 so any help before them would be greatly appreciated! Less

You should see if the claimant can still go through with the interview even while there is a lot of noise to distract her. Less

I always kept coloring books and crayons, Matchbox cars, and Playdough in my office and the trunk of my car as I came across this frequently during my years of claims adjusting. The Dollar Store is a fantastic place to load up on these goods. Less

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Progressive Insurance

Phone Interview: Tell me about a time you made a bad decision? What happened? In-Person Interview: Tell me about a time where you made or suggested a change in policy or procedure at work? (Definitely research the STAR method and Progressive)

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I didn't get the position. I found out on Wednesday. I was disappointed but I did call the recruiter back for feedback. They said they didn't think I'd be able to handle the stress. She said she believes it was my wording when I answered the question about how I handled stress. However she's not sure believe she didn't interview me. Oh well! And yes, no new is good news! Good luck! Less

I am sorry. Best of luck searching though. Will be praying for ya. Did you get a phone call or an email just wondering. I am hoping to hear from them today. Less

Thank you and they contacted me via email!

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