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ava's avatar

How does one with a liberal arts degree pursue a career as a claims investigator?

Asked by ava (971 points ) August 16th, 2007

Can one get a masters degree in such a coarse of study?

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glial's avatar

What kind of claims, insurance claims?

ava's avatar

yes insurance claims.

hossman's avatar

Ava, I hope this question isn't for you, given our recent conversation re pharmacological sales, I can't see insurance claims investigation being a happy employment for you. While certainly there is rampant insurance fraud out there that makes everything cost more for the rest of us, a lot of it is also insurance companies just plain trying to avoid paying out on legitimate claims. Most of the claims investigators I have worked with/against started in other occupations in the insurance field and became investigators, or were former police who left law enforcement for one reason or another.

ava's avatar

Thanks hossman. I am trying to figure out what I'd like to do with my life. Now that i have finally gotten out of retail, I have the opportunity to explore everything I've ever had the slightest interest in. So, I thought I'd go to fluther and ask questions of different career paths to see if I'd be interested in pursuing them. Thanks for your advice. I really appreciate it.

peggylou's avatar

Good girl! Just keep asking questions! It'll all fall into place!

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