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Insurance Checker Salary
in Alabama, United States

$38,638 (USD)

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Last updated: March 22, 2019

Salary Recap

The average pay for an Insurance Checker is $38,638 a year and $19 an hour in Alabama, United States. The average salary range for an Insurance Checker is between $28,851 and $46,815. This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Alabama, United States.

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Job Summary

  • Verifies accuracy of insurance company records, performing any combination of following duties.
  • Compares computations on premiums paid, interest, and dividends due with same data on other records.
  • Checks data on applications and policies, such as age, name, and address, principal sums, and value of property.
  • Proofreads printed material concerning insurance programs.
  • Ensures accuracy of computations on interest accrued, premiums due, and settlement surrender or loan values, using calculator, manuals, and rate books.
  • May train new employees.
  • May be designated according to data checked as abstract checker or policy checker.
Insurance Checker Job Prevalence in Alabama, United States

Job family: Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks

Job family population: 277,130

Estimated population of Insurance Checker jobs: 25,751

Rate of error: 1.7%

Salary Potential

Estimated salary in 2024:
5 Year Change:
16 %


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