What is Loss Economic Opportunity
Without boring you with the technical mumbo jumbo involved, Loss Economic Opportunity simply put is the measurement used by insurance companies to rate their insurance adjusters performance on the car accident claims they handle. In a performance review, depending on the insurance company of course, the adjuster's pay is evaluated based on the auto accident claims they handle. Each company has a different scale, but it boils down to how much the claim is first evaluated to be worth and how much was paid out in the settlement.
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