The Recruiter interview was quite straight forward regarding my claims and litigation background. I was pursuing a transition from insurance defense litigation attorney to working in claims with an insurance company.
Questions regarding the type and complexity of the cases I worked on as an attorney. I tried to highlight my transferable skills as an attorney to claims examiner, as well as additional skills and experience I could bring. I also tried to emphasize my experience in insurance coverage in addition to my claim liability and damages exposure skills. Less
1. I understand the core values of the organization. I will work hard to implement and enforce the standards on those above and beneath me. I have the drive and motivation to help our veterans and their families. I'll do ever thing that I can do within the regulation and laws which will allow me serve our veterans.
2. To assist our Veterans better i'll stay up to date with new policies, events, programs, benefits so that I can give the most accurate information to all of or customers. Less
One case scenario in what I would do involving a 72 year old claimant who was struck by a vehicle. The funny part is that I have seen this exact question asked at a different company at an interview. One company must have copied it from another because they can't all have 70 yr. olds getting hit by vehicles. Be ORIGINAL and I would have provided a more thought challenging answer.