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He will be able to tell it has been damaged in a crash immediately

He may take weeks to determine if the crash happened as described by the person reporting it.

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Q: How long does a insurance adjuster take to verify a car that has been in a accident?
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Can you sell you car if it been in a accident and the claim have not been settles?

If the claim has not been completed you need to ask the insurance adjuster before selling the vehicle. The adjuster may not have completed their investigation or the vehicle may be a total loss or whatever the case is that they may not be finished.

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What information would normally be required for car insurance claim processing?

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You can take the florida insurance adjuster license at Adjuster Pro: below is some information about the course: Certified Adjuster Course Overview: The 4 day Florida Certified Adjuster Course (including exam) satisfies all Florida Department of Financial Services requirements for obtaining your Florida insurance adjuster license. Once completed, you will simply submit your application to the state of Florida. No further testing, no extra study materials, no additional coursework. Once your application has been submitted, you can expect to be a licensed Florida adjuster within weeks.

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If person you hit in car accident has already been paid by their auto insurance co. can the insurance co sue you?

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