Hello, I grew up in Mead, Colorado and went to Skyline High School, Graduated in
1993, I have witnessed several miracles in my time, leading me to know the one true
God, Jesus Christ. If it wasn't for him, I would not be the person I am today.
I became a journeyman plumber at the age of 19. Working with my father,
starting in the 7th grade. By the time I was 19, I started running jobs, reading plans
and doing payroll. My mother's side of the family was in the adjusting business. My
Grandpa Gene's father, my Great Grandfather was an adjuster and then so did his son
become an adjuster. My Grandpa had a son named Kirk Eberl and he grew up wanting
more than to be just an adjuster.
You see, he had a lot of friends and they all became adjusters. Pretty soon, my Uncle
Kirk had a small army of adjusters that would go where ever he did. Meaning, if he ask
them they would answer. So him and my Grandpa Gene decided to walk up to the largest
insurance firm, "State Farm" and see about having his business be subcontracted the next
big storm hits. Telling State Farm, "you don't want to have to have X amount of adjusters on
payroll, just so you can cover the next load of claims hurricane season produces." They
So in 1997 I went to my first conference Eberl's Claim Service held. Becoming certified
in flood and gaining CE credits on, "wind, wind & Hail, large loss, coverage C & dwelling
extension. I continued my training, performing ride alongs up until 2004 where I got my
first big brake when "Hurricane Frances" hit Jupiter Florida. I worked my first storm which
started as being paid for stand by in August. I was there until the middle of May.
I got married in Singer Island and I fathered a baby girl, all on my first storm. Since then,
I have been on 6 Hurricanes and over 33 hail storms, 2 Ice storms, 1 Derecho and 1 Micro Burst.
I have done my fair share of claims, each storm at a minimum of 120 claims to over 333 claims
per storm. So when it comes to insurance adjusting, I know what I am saying and I know where
to cut corners and where not to.
I hope you take what I teach you and apply it to a new carreer or just learn to identify hail.
So that you don't have claims open that should not have been opened, thus creating a higher
premium for your household.