Claims; Fixing Their Values by George Feairheller DeiserClaims; Fixing Their Values by George Feairheller Deiser

Claims; Fixing Their Values

byGeorge Feairheller Deiser

Paperback | January 2, 2012

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Book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1911. Excerpt: ... ances who can perform this simple feat. It is this facility at work upon the facts, the law, the damages, that enables the experienced man to handle claims with satisfaction to his employer, and generally without earning the enmity of claimants or of his opponents. The claim, as we have seen, consists of three elements: Facts, law, and damages. It has been our purpose to indicate the proper method of dealing with these elements. 147. Fair treatment of claimant. It must be apparent to those who have gone with us in this little journey toward determining the value of a claim, that we have in a sense, handled delicate subjects without gloves. Let it be understood, therefore, that the object of this book is not to furnish anyone with material for avoiding the payment of his just debts or obligations. A claimant who has received a bona fide injury and has presented an honest claim, should be dealt with in the spirit in which the claim is presented. His debt is one to which is attached as high a moral claim as exists. If the claim agent or the adjuster expects fair dealing from those who present claims to him, it is needless to remark that he is bound to maintain an equally high standard of fairness himself; if anything, his honor, his system of ethics should be higher than that of those with whom he comes into contact. The real function of a claim agent is to apportion to claimants, fairly and equitably, that to which they are rightfully and justly entitled. His is the duty of placing a monetary value upon human pain and suffering. In so far as has been possible, the information given has been made concrete and definite. The subject obviously is one, however, which is not susceptible of arbitrary standards or measures of damage which may fixedly be applied to particular types of injuries...
Title:Claims; Fixing Their ValuesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:44 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.09 inPublished:January 2, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217192521

ISBN - 13:9780217192521