Our success would not be possible without the support of our dedicated, talented team of individuals. That’s why we’re just as committed to our people – as we are to our partners.
Whether you’re brand new to the industry or have many years of claims experience, joining the 2B Claims team can help you advance your career to the next level. We’ve got the resources, financial stability, & vision to empower our people to excel to new occupational heights.
Are you ready to propel your career to a new & exciting future? Our claims professionals are a cut above the rest and you can be too. Come explore what 2B Claim Services can do for you.
“Adjusting claims for 2BC is hassle free. The paperwork for the carriers is limited to only what is necessary to accurately explain your investigation. They pay twice a month regardless of when they get paid.” - Robert M.
“I’ve had a great experience working in the the 2B Claims infrastructure. The leadership has been encouraging and any needed resources have been made available.” - Patrick S.
"Everyone in the company is committed to making the whole claims process as smooth and efficient for everyone – including the field adjuster. The people who oversee the process are some of the best people I’ve ever worked for.” - Janet P.
The first step is to get on our roster. You can apply online through our secure website: Submit your application.
Most of our clients require at least two years of experience. However, we do have training opportunities available for claims associates seeking a career at an entry-level position. Bi-lingual skills are in high demand by many of our clients, as well. Please be sure to include that, or any other special skill sets, on your assignment inquiries to 2B Claim Services.
In addition, prospective claims adjusters must possess exceptional customer service and organizational skills, be willing to travel extensively, and be prepared to spend extended periods of time away from home. Adjusters are assigned on an “at will” basis, and among other things, a criminal background check will be requested.
Many of our larger clients require independent adjusters to go through their certification process prior to working their claims. 2B Claims also works with clients that currently do not require adjuster certifications. However, to increase your opportunities with our company, we recommend acquiring all certifications available.
Yes. In fact, the more licenses you have, the more marketable you are to our clients. Advances in technology have essentially “removed state borders” with regards to licensing. So you may work an assignment based out of one state, but be handling claims in many others. There are currently 34 states that license adjusters and we recommend you to obtain them all to increase the assignments you can be considered for.
At a minimum, 2B Claims Service requires all catastrophe adjusters and daily adjusters to hold an adjuster’s license. If your home state does not have an adjuster-licensing program in place, we suggest you obtain a True Designated Home State adjuster license. This can be done through your State Department of Insurance.
All other adjuster licenses are acquired through the department of insurance of the state where you wish to obtain the license. Most State Department of Insurance websites contain information about that given state’s licensing process.
For additional state specific information we have created our Adjuster Licensing Workbook.
Please contact our home office and we will be happy to send you a copy.