Bodily Injury Adjuster

Are you ready to have a professional career in the subrogation industry at a company that strives to be the premier receivable assets management company? Join us at Wilber & Associates. Support our client-partners by sharing in a culture of unity based on communication and shared purpose.

Our experienced staff consistently delivers high-performance results by being a community of professionals who enjoy and take satisfaction in our work.

We are looking for self-driven and competent individuals to join our Recovery team to fill in-office Bodily Injury Claims Adjuster position! This is a tough job but the rewards strongly outweigh challenges and adversity faced in the role.

Wilber is the leading insurance recovery law firm in the US partnering with some of the most recognized insurance providers nationwide. Our workplace culture is exceptional, and the service provided to our clients and community is second to none. This position requires a person with attention to detail and a professional, friendly behavior. Must be organized, energetic, and able to multi-task.


Experienced Bodily Injury Subrogation Adjusters (those with at least 2 years of working an inventory of bodily injury subrogation claims) earn annual salaries of up to $60,000, which includes commissions; many will make more. Full benefit package is included.


  • Full time employees receive full benefits (Medical, Vision & Dental) with Short/Long Term Disability
  • 401(k) w/ Company Match
  • PTO & Paid Holiday Leave
  • and much more


  • Perform investigations, adjustments, negotiations, while meeting individual/team production goals regarding auto subrogation claims against personal and commercial claimants
  • Prepare subrogation demands per department guidelines
  • Contact responsible parties to negotiate a settlement on behalf of the client
  • Research state laws to support and resolve claim, using proper procedures.
  • Perform skip tracing and other investigative work, as needed.


  • Have a bachelor's degree or equivalent education and experience in the insurance industry, particularly handling medical payment, no-fault PIP and UMBI.
  • Have a least one year directly working medical payment, no-fault PIP, UMBI subrogation claims.
  • Have, or working on, one or more of these professional insurance designations: CPCU, AIC, AIS, AINS, or CSRP.
  • Are self-driven with proven track record of meeting and exceeding expectations.
  • Possess a competitive nature and positive attitude.
  • Are a proven negotiator and able to think outside of the box.
  • Pass a criminal background check and drug screen.
  • Have computer skills such as typing, learning new software, general internet navigation.
  • Telecommute opportunities considered for qualified candidates.

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