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Casualty & Claims
by Bean Newton

People will always need insurance claims adjusters.
This is partially because there will probably always be insurance, and people will always need adjusting.
The claims business is the logical conclusion of the other two.
It's a simple matter of instantiation.
I bring this up in this hallowed meme, the University literature class, this stinking cask of artistic and intellectual death, simply because it's a good think to fall back on.
I wrote "think" there in the air, and it wasn't a mistake—
or rather, it was the sort of creative error you just get away with when making insurance adjustments.