Originally Posted by Hendrix21
Right, I thought at first my P&C license would qualify me but apparently you need an FCN number with FEMA.
When catastrophes occur, insurance companies pay good money to get qualified adjusters to do the onsite inspections and damage repair cost appraisals.
Exceptions might be made for that FEMA thing but having a P&C license doesn't make you qualified to evaluate damage claims.
Unless you have construction and adjusting experience you'd walk into a flooded wind damaged building and be completely useless.
Just as useless as an EMT walking into the operating room to do a heart transplant.
No offense to either, just giving you the facts of life.
I handled the Florida hurricanes in 2004 and Katrina in 2005.