See also:law, the settlement of a loss incurred at
See also:sea on insured goods . The calculation of the amounts to be made
See also:good to and paid by the several interests is a complicated
See also:matter . It involves much detail and arithmetic, and requires a full and accurate knowledge of the principles of the subject . Such adjustments are made by men called adjusters, who make the subject their profession . In
See also:Great Britain they are for the most
See also:part members of the
See also:Average Adjusters' Association (187o), a
See also:body which has done much careful
See also:work with a view to making and keeping the practice
See also:uniform and in
See also:accord with right principles . This association has gradually formulated, at their
See also:annual meetings, a body of
See also:practical rules which the individual members undertake to observe .
ADJUNCT (from Lat. ad, to, and jungere, to join)
ADJUTAGE (from Fr, ajutage, from ajouter, to join o...
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