Best's Insurance Professionals and Claims Resource
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Best's Insurance Professionals & Claims Resource began in 1929, as a result of requests from insurance officials for information on insurance attorneys able to handle their litigation, adjustments and investigation needs. This led to the creation of Best’s Recommended Insurance Attorneys, a publication featuring attorneys recommended by their insurance industry clients. Through the years, it grew to include adjusters, expert service providers and third party administrators.
Today, our website has expanded to include a variety of resources to keep you updated on the claims and insurance industries in one convenient location, with:
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Claims Industry News & Special Reports
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