What is it like to work for an insurance special investigations unit?
My husband is thinking about taking a job in this field. He is currently a detective and the stress of his current job is very high. I'm just not sure if all of the traveling (involving going to a major metro area) will be just as stressful as his current job. What about the career ladder?
Asked By: Jana L - 4/23/2007
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To work in SIU you have to have a claims handling background. He won't automatically start in SIU. SIU does the same thing adjusters do...they work a claim from simple property damage to bodily injury scams. The difference b/w the two are legal requirements SIU is subjected to and the information they have access to... More
Answered By: bundysmom - 4/23/2007
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Have you talked to any of the insurance investigators at various companies? Anonymously, of course. from a pay phone... More
Answered By: linuxiac - 4/23/2007
A job in an insurance company SIU unit can be rewarding and can pay more then law enforcement after awhile. It can be hard to get to an insurance company SIU job, but most of them love hiring ex-cops and ex-FBI people so your husband should have a easier time getting an SIU job... More
Answered By: fightingsaints - 4/23/2007
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