Definition of "adjuster"
  1. A person usually employed by an insurance company, who negotiates an early settlement of a claim for damages. This person aims to evaluate the case for the insurance company, gather information, and make a prompt settlement offer, and may also get a statement from the injured party. An adjuster can sometimes propose a payment that is lower than expected
How to use "adjuster" in a sentence
  1. The accident victims decided to hire an attorney rather than deal with the insurance company’s adjuster directly.
  2. The adjuster from the insurance company arrived promptly to assess the damage caused by the flood.
  3. The adjuster examined the condition of the car to estimate the cost of repairs.

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