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I saw Justin Skipton of Skipton Claims Management at a United Policyholders fundraising event in California last week. I recalled Amy Bach from United Policyholders mentioning how impressed she was with Justin at a recent National Association of Insurance Commissioners meeting. My mind then wandered to this thought: “What was it like working with David Skipton?”
In one of my presentations, I display a picture of David Skipton, informing the audience that he epitomizes someone who has undergone significant personal growth and development. Since our first meeting, his expertise in persuasion, personal interaction, and knowledge has soared due to his commitment to self-improvement. David obtained the CPCU and SPPA designations and even wrote a book, Broken Promises. However, I was curious about what David Skipton was like as Justin’s boss before witnessing this transformation.
The transition of a public adjusting firm from one generation to the next is not easy. Running a public adjusting business, participating with the time demands of a national leader in the trade, and keeping a balanced life with a young family were the types of topics I wanted to elicit from Justin Skipton.
Here is the interview…
Read the entire article here: Justin Skipton—Public Adjuster Spotlight