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Mobile Personal Emergency Response System (mPERS) devices provide state-of-the-art location technologies and built-in fall advisory capabilities. (Dmitry/Adobe Stock) Mobile Personal Emergency Response System (mPERS) devices provide state-of-the-art location technologies and built-in fall advisory capabilities. (Dmitry/Adobe Stock)

Insurance agents and adjustors are often away from their desks attending to customer needs and inquiries in the field. It follows that property insurance adjustors are typically some of the first people on the scene after a natural disaster or personal-property emergency.

Conditions on the ground are often less than ideal. Damaged structures, flood waters and violent weather can all threaten the safety of adjustors as they work to help customers file claims.

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