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Insurance Processing Clerks perform the clerical duties required to serve as effective intermediaries between insurance companies and their policyholders. There are a large number of clerical duties that can be performed in this capacity, and for that reason, the job is sometimes split into two categories of clerk:

  • Policyholder Information Clerks process the paperwork for new or modified insurance policies. They answer queries from policyholders, make cash value estimates, and interpret policy provisions. They also analyze transactions and adjust company records as needed.
  • Insurance Claims Clerks (also referred to as Claims Interviewers or Customer Service Associates) deal with claims which have been filed. They act in the role of liaison between the insurance company and individuals associated with the claim. They are usually the company's first point of contact with the insured person, from whom they typically collect information.

Responsibilities

Insurance processing clerks are responsible for performing the work required to process or modify insurance policies and/or insurance claims. When dealing with insurance policies, the clerk will interface with the new or existing policyholder by mail, telephone, or in person. They will obtain any information needed to produce a complete and accurate application and will verify the accuracy of any related documents. They will also update existing policies and company records to reflect changes requested by policyholders and/or by insurance company representatives. They will answer questions from customers about their policies, searching company records to obtain information as necessary. Using rate books and tables, clerks will make estimates of loan or cash values of policies for policyholders. They will also facilitate any desired changes to policies (e.g., change of beneficiary or change in method of payment) by interpreting the policy provisions to determine the optimal method of effecting the change. They will then expedite the processing of the necessary paperwork by forwarding required forms to the customer and subsequently routing completed forms to various company departments for processing.

When dealing with claims, insurance processing clerks will first collect information from the insured parties. Once the claim has been submitted, the clerk will review the form and verify the accuracy and completeness of the information contained on it. The clerk will subsequently update company records as required to reflect initial information about the claim as well as any changes that are made later. Clerks also work with customers to simplify the process of making changes to claim forms and will respond to any questions the customer may have.

In addition to the above, clerks are also required to maintain internal records and perform daily tasks to support their customer support duties. A partial list of some of the typical day-to-day tasks performed by an insurance processing clerk might include any or all of the following:

  • Process and submit business or government forms
  • Transcribe data to worksheets
  • Use computers to enter, access or retrieve data
  • Calculate insurance premiums, awards, refunds, and commissions
  • Keep abreast of contract, property, and insurance laws
  • Compose and send letters or correspondence
  • Maintain insurance records
  • Maintain inventory of office forms
  • Prepare and maintain reports
  • Organize and maintain files for each policyholder
  • Verify signatures for financial transactions

Job Characteristics

Most insurance clerks work a standard 40-hour week. Much of this time is spent in an office setting, although clerks who work on claims may occasionally leave the office to visit customers' homes and places of business, or to visit a site associated with a claim. A great deal of a clerk's time is typically spent on the telephone. In some cases, these calls are fielded in call centers, although it is more typical for calls to be handled in an office.

Clerks usually have a great deal of contact with the public, doing things such as helping people complete insurance forms, explaining policies, and interviewing policyholders regarding claims. On the other hand, there is also a significant time spent working alone, as clerks need to review claim forms for completeness, make calculations on claim amounts, prepare paperwork, and distribute forms to appropriate parties.

In order to be successful in this profession, individuals need to be able to pay very close attention to detail, as it is vitally important that all needed information is provided in claims and that customers fully understand what their policies cover and what they do not. Clerks also need to have an aptitude for working with numbers. It is especially important for clerks to maintain a professional demeanor and to be effective communicators, both verbally and in writing.

Employment Outlook

Employment growth in this profession is expected to be somewhat slower than that of the average job category over the next few years. Advances in technology will allow an increasing number of functions traditionally performed by clerks to be assumed by other insurance professionals, who will be freer to supplement their existing duties with additional new ones. Job growth will also be limited by corporate downsizing. On the other hand, there will be some employment growth resulting from the insurance industry's expansion into the broader financial services field and also by newer types of insurance entering the market. Generally speaking, fluctuations in the economy are not expected to affect demand for this occupation as much as some others.

The fastest growing segment of the insurance industry is the medical and health insurance field. The aging of the baby boom generation is expected to spawn a strong market for health insurance and long-term-care policies, as well as for annuities and other forms of pension vehicles sold by insurance companies. There is also expected to be a sustained demand for auto insurance and homeowners insurance during the foreseeable future.

Education, Certification, and Licensing

A high school diploma (or equivalent) is the typical educational prerequisite for an insurance processing clerk position. Candidates can enhance their job prospects by supplementing their high school education with some type of postsecondary business program. Courses in word processing, business math, and computers are definite assets for this job. Many insurance companies expect their employees to take continuing education courses in order to increase their knowledge of the industry and to sharpen their "people skills".

Previous office experience is very helpful for job candidates. Many insurance processing clerks enter the profession after starting out in a lower-level clerical job within the industry. Sales experience is a strong asset, as is experience with spreadsheets, word processing software, and/or electronic billing systems. Once hired, insurance clerks typically receive on-the-job training, often from a supervisor or from a more experienced clerk. A combination of this informal training and the clerk's work experiences generally result in the clerk being able to develop the skills needed for the job within one to twelve months.

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Major Employers

More than half of all insurance processing clerks work for insurance carriers. A few of these carriers are very large establishments which account for many of the jobs in this industry. Almost all other clerks are employed by insurance agencies, brokerages, or providers of other insurance-related services.

Schools for Insurance Claims And Processing Clerks are listed in the column to the left.

Metro Areas Sorted by Total Employment for:
Insurance Claims and Processing Clerks

Listed below are metro areas sorted by the total number of people employed in Insurance Claims and Processing Clerks jobs , as of 2016

2016 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov; 2014-24 State Occupational Projections, Projections Central, projectionscentral.com

     
Metro Area (Alabama) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Birmingham 1490 $33,980
Hoover 1490 $33,980
Montgomery 340 $32,760
Huntsville 150 $34,580
Tuscaloosa 130 $26,360
Foley N/A $32,270
Fairhope N/A $32,270
Daphne N/A $32,270
Mobile N/A $34,010
Oxford N/A $36,370
Jacksonville N/A $36,370
Anniston N/A $36,370
     
Metro Area (Alaska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anchorage 130 $41,870
     
Metro Area (Arizona) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Phoenix 5600 $37,560
Scottsdale 5600 $37,560
Mesa 5600 $37,560
Tucson 420 $35,610
Prescott N/A $30,360
     
Metro Area (Arkansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Conway 700 $35,790
North Little Rock 700 $35,790
Little Rock 700 $35,790
Hot Springs 50 $29,510
     
Metro Area (California) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Long Beach 14360 $41,310
Los Angeles 14360 $41,310
Anaheim 14360 $41,310
San Francisco 5020 $43,890
Hayward 5020 $43,890
Oakland 5020 $43,890
Arcade 4250 $41,300
Arden 4250 $41,300
Sacramento 4250 $41,300
Roseville 4250 $41,300
Carlsbad 4050 $39,440
San Diego 4050 $39,440
Riverside 2870 $37,730
Ontario 2870 $37,730
San Bernardino 2870 $37,730
San Jose 1400 $42,420
Sunnyvale 1400 $42,420
Santa Clara 1400 $42,420
Fresno 1210 $32,450
Ventura 920 $37,900
Oxnard 920 $37,900
Thousand Oaks 920 $37,900
Lodi 640 $36,600
Stockton 640 $36,600
Santa Rosa 460 $36,300
Visalia 460 $36,930
Porterville 460 $36,930
Modesto 330 $37,820
Vallejo 260 $41,680
Fairfield 260 $41,680
Santa Maria 210 $29,000
Santa Barbara 210 $29,000
Redding 200 $27,280
Chico 200 $33,090
Salinas 190 $39,570
San Luis Obispo 120 $36,960
Paso Robles 120 $36,960
Arroyo Grande 120 $36,960
Watsonville 100 $44,700
Santa Cruz 100 $44,700
El Centro 90 $32,300
Madera 70 $43,200
Yuba City 70 $50,260
Merced 60 $39,160
Hanford N/A $36,120
Corcoran N/A $36,120
Bakersfield N/A $37,030
Napa N/A $43,340
     
Metro Area (Colorado) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lakewood 1840 $47,780
Aurora 1840 $47,780
Denver 1840 $47,780
Grand Junction 50 $45,240
Boulder N/A $37,130
Colorado Springs N/A $51,590
     
Metro Area (Connecticut) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
East Hartford 3220 $48,750
West Hartford 3220 $48,750
Hartford 3220 $48,750
Stamford 710 $48,680
Norwalk 710 $48,680
Bridgeport 710 $48,680
New Haven 660 $44,780
Danbury 40 $39,230
Waterbury N/A $46,010
     
Metro Area (Delaware) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dover N/A $35,990
     
Metro Area (Florida) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Fort Lauderdale 5240 $36,420
Miami 5240 $36,420
West Palm Beach 5240 $36,420
Tampa 4800 $36,140
St. Petersburg 4800 $36,140
Clearwater 4800 $36,140
Jacksonville 2140 $33,980
Sanford 2130 $34,890
Kissimmee 2130 $34,890
Orlando 2130 $34,890
Lakeland 1380 N/A
Winter Haven 1380 N/A
Gainesville 410 $30,830
North Port 240 $35,480
Bradenton 240 $35,480
Sarasota 240 $35,480
Fort Myers 220 $31,490
Cape Coral 220 $31,490
Tallahassee 220 $33,230
Daytona Beach 130 $29,690
Ormond Beach 130 $29,690
Deltona 130 $29,690
Marco Island 120 $37,160
Immokalee 120 $37,160
Naples 120 $37,160
Ocala 110 $30,700
Brent 70 $35,790
Ferry Pass 70 $35,790
Pensacola 70 $35,790
Titusville N/A $34,860
Palm Bay N/A $34,860
Melbourne N/A $34,860
Sebastian N/A $36,450
Vero Beach N/A $36,450
     
Metro Area (Georgia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Roswell 8470 $37,970
Atlanta 8470 $37,970
Sandy Springs 8470 $37,970
Gainesville 70 $35,980
Albany 50 $35,160
Savannah 40 $39,410
Clarke County 30 $36,370
Athens 30 $36,370
     
Metro Area (Hawaii) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Urban Honolulu 630 $38,890
     
Metro Area (Idaho) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Boise City 350 $36,560
Pocatello 90 $36,070
     
Metro Area (Illinois) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bloomington 740 $38,330
Springfield 500 $39,550
Rockford 180 $30,970
Peoria 90 $43,360
Champaign 40 $26,810
Urbana 40 $26,810
Decatur 40 $36,140
     
Metro Area (Indiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anderson 2230 $39,050
Carmel 2230 $39,050
Indianapolis 2230 $39,050
Fort Wayne 760 $32,800
Columbus 80 $25,910
Lafayette 80 $38,470
West Lafayette 80 $38,470
Muncie 40 $26,410
Elkhart 40 $36,190
Goshen 40 $36,190
     
Metro Area (Iowa) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Des Moines 1790 $39,900
West Des Moines 1790 $39,900
Cedar Rapids 470 $33,670
Cedar Falls 150 $38,460
Waterloo 150 $38,460
Dubuque N/A $37,040
Iowa City N/A $37,400
     
Metro Area (Kansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Wichita 300 $32,820
Topeka 220 $37,670
Manhattan N/A $33,250
     
Metro Area (Kentucky) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Fayette 280 $34,560
Lexington 280 $34,560
Owensboro 60 $29,390
Bowling Green N/A $36,340
     
Metro Area (Louisiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
New Orleans 830 N/A
Metairie 830 N/A
Baton Rouge 360 $36,610
Monroe 100 $37,430
Lake Charles 90 $29,960
Shreveport 80 $37,660
Bossier City 80 $37,660
Lafayette N/A $31,720
     
Metro Area (Maine) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Portland 1070 $39,060
Portland 1070 $39,060
Bangor 60 $35,800
     
Metro Area (Maryland) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Towson 1450 $44,760
Columbia 1450 $44,760
Baltimore 1450 $44,760
     
Metro Area (Massachusetts) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Barnstable Town 100 $38,670
New Bedford 90 $38,160
Pittsfield N/A $45,600
     
Metro Area (Michigan) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dearborn 2460 $40,030
Warren 2460 $40,030
Detroit 2460 $40,030
Wyoming 760 $37,630
Grand Rapids 760 $37,630
East Lansing 370 $47,380
Lansing 370 $47,380
Portage 150 $37,700
Kalamazoo 150 $37,700
Ann Arbor 30 $38,280
Flint N/A $39,870
     
Metro Area (Minnesota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rochester 90 $39,280
     
Metro Area (Mississippi) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Jackson 480 $30,140
Hattiesburg 30 $34,030
Pascagoula N/A $31,040
Biloxi N/A $31,040
Gulfport N/A $31,040
     
Metro Area (Missouri) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Springfield 370 $32,520
Columbia 280 $38,060
Jefferson City 110 $30,110
Joplin 40 $31,850
     
Metro Area (Montana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Billings 120 $38,620
Great Falls 50 $36,870
     
Metro Area (Nebraska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lincoln 810 $37,160
     
Metro Area (Nevada) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Paradise 1290 $37,310
Henderson 1290 $37,310
Las Vegas 1290 $37,310
Reno 280 $31,300
     
Metro Area (New Hampshire) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Manchester 580 $37,670
     
Metro Area (New Jersey) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Trenton 900 $47,750
Ocean City 60 $32,170
Hammonton N/A $43,300
Atlantic City N/A $43,300
     
Metro Area (New Mexico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Albuquerque 610 $30,240
Santa Fe 60 $38,900
Las Cruces N/A $35,850
     
Metro Area (New York) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Niagara Falls 1300 $37,500
Buffalo 1300 $37,500
Cheektowaga 1300 $37,500
Troy 970 $42,340
Schenectady 970 $42,340
Albany 970 $42,340
Syracuse 470 $44,540
Rochester 420 $41,840
Rome 140 $42,240
Utica 140 $42,240
     
Metro Area (North Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Greensboro 920 $39,950
High Point 920 $39,950
Raleigh 720 $41,310
Chapel Hill 570 $37,250
Durham 570 $37,250
Salem 400 $37,370
Winston 400 $37,370
Asheville 80 $35,790
Wilmington 60 $39,530
Greenville 40 $32,490
Fayetteville 30 $43,760
     
Metro Area (North Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bismarck 150 $38,690
     
Metro Area (Ohio) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Columbus 4710 $39,580
Elyria 3890 $37,070
Cleveland 3890 $37,070
Akron 1910 $34,110
Dayton 750 $34,210
Toledo 470 $35,900
Canton 320 $36,040
Massillon 320 $36,040
Mansfield 70 $32,150
Lima 70 $35,140
Springfield N/A $35,410
     
Metro Area (Oklahoma) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Oklahoma City 1360 $34,120
Tulsa 690 $36,120
Lawton 50 $28,250
     
Metro Area (Oregon) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bend 260 $34,620
Redmond 260 $34,620
Salem 190 $42,210
Eugene 150 $34,450
Albany N/A $36,100
     
Metro Area (Pennsylvania) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Pittsburgh 1630 $35,460
Harrisburg 1580 $37,380
Carlisle 1580 $37,380
Lancaster 290 $37,290
Wilkes 270 $36,950
Barre 270 $36,950
Hazleton 270 $36,950
Scranton 270 $36,950
Reading 230 $43,190
York 170 $41,640
Hanover 170 $41,640
Altoona 50 $38,630
Lebanon 40 $42,630
Johnstown N/A $36,650
     
Metro Area (Puerto Rico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Caguas 900 $22,460
Carolina 900 $22,460
San Juan 900 $22,460
     
Metro Area (South Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Columbia 1450 $31,480
Mauldin 190 $31,060
Anderson 190 $31,060
Greenville 190 $31,060
Charleston 190 $34,170
North Charleston 190 $34,170
Spartanburg 70 $33,590
     
Metro Area (South Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sioux Falls 690 $31,110
Rapid City 110 $28,260
     
Metro Area (Tennessee) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Franklin 3220 $36,810
Nashville 3220 $36,810
Murfreesboro 3220 $36,810
Davidson 3220 $36,810
Knoxville 100 $36,300
     
Metro Area (Texas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dallas 15540 $38,330
Fort Worth 15540 $38,330
Arlington 15540 $38,330
Houston 5890 $37,140
The Woodlands 5890 $37,140
Sugar Land 5890 $37,140
San Antonio 3850 $36,130
New Braunfels 3850 $36,130
Austin 2610 $40,090
Round Rock 2610 $40,090
Waco 850 $38,150
Edinburg 520 $28,480
Mission 520 $28,480
McAllen 520 $28,480
Corpus Christi 380 $34,630
El Paso 370 $34,670
Killeen 340 $30,110
Temple 340 $30,110
Beaumont 340 $31,850
Port Arthur 340 $31,850
Lubbock 300 $44,590
Abilene 260 $39,520
Amarillo 250 $41,570
Longview 200 $33,350
San Angelo 180 $31,100
Brownsville 180 $32,540
Harlingen 180 $32,540
Denison 180 $38,070
Sherman 180 $38,070
Bryan 150 $33,630
College Station 150 $33,630
Midland 130 $41,470
Tyler 110 $35,060
Wichita Falls 70 $37,040
Odessa N/A $34,420
     
Metro Area (Utah) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salt Lake City 1030 $37,100
Clearfield 90 $37,990
Ogden 90 $37,990
Orem 80 $37,490
Provo 80 $37,490
     
Metro Area (Vermont) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Burlington 180 $32,880
Burlington 180 $32,880
     
Metro Area (Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Richmond 2030 $35,310
Roanoke 790 $40,550
Lynchburg 280 $33,590
Charlottesville 170 $38,780
Waynesboro 50 $44,000
Staunton 50 $44,000
Harrisonburg N/A $30,170
     
Metro Area (Washington) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bellevue 2800 $41,780
Tacoma 2800 $41,780
Seattle 2800 $41,780
Spokane Valley 830 $40,250
Spokane 830 $40,250
Olympia 610 $45,730
Tumwater 610 $45,730
Bellingham 50 $43,100
     
Metro Area (West Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Charleston 410 $35,410
Morgantown 200 $29,690
Beckley 60 $24,780
Vienna N/A $30,610
Parkersburg N/A $30,610
     
Metro Area (Wisconsin) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Waukesha 1800 $38,970
West Allis 1800 $38,970
Milwaukee 1800 $38,970
Madison 1170 $37,300
Wausau 490 $35,610
Green Bay 490 $37,380
Eau Claire 350 $28,720
Appleton 230 $34,880
Neenah 210 $44,040
Oshkosh 210 $44,040
Fond du Lac 90 $43,680
Beloit 30 $34,190
Janesville 30 $34,190
     
Metro Area (Wyoming) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Cheyenne 310 $35,030
Casper 40 $47,830

Most Popular Industries for :
Insurance Claims and Processing Clerks

Industries representing at least 1% of total jobs for the occupation.

2016 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov; 2014-24 State Occupational Projections, Projections Central, projectionscentral.com

Industry Jobs Percent Annual Median Salary
Insurance 210,820 89% $33,180
Business Management 5,960 2% $33,740
Office Services And Staffing 4,120 1% $31,600
Medical Office 3,170 1% $30,800
Professional And Technical Services 3,100 1% $30,940
Government 2,470 1% $36,120
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