county judge terry blevins

Terry Blevins

The following questions were submitted by the Bulletin to the candidates for Brown County judge in the March 1 Republican Party Primary elections. These are challenger Terry Blevins’ responses.

Please give a summary of your background and bio.

I spent most of my life in Brown County and have been in business for myself since the mid 90’s.  I opened, grew, managed and eventually sold The Paint & Body Shop (Across from Gomez Restaurant).  I opened Brownwood Fitness Center (with a partner) and managed, grew and eventually sold that business.   A partner and I opened Jetblast Oilfield services which eventually I sold my half and the business moved to San Angelo.  I also opened an oilfield equipment rentals company (with the same partner as with Jetblast).   During the time when The Paint & Body Shop was open,  so was the Gym and I started my adjusting career in which I flourished and began managing major catastrophes around the country for months at a time and then when returning home, went back to work at my body shop and gym.   Many irons in the fire at the same time.  I sold the businesses over the past decade to concentrate on the insurance industry career in which I now hold the degree of AIC (Associates in Claims) and the very high designation of EGA (Executive General Adjuster).   An EGA is responsible to manage large, complex insurance claims working with numerous General Adjusters, attorneys, public adjusters, general contractors, mitigation companies and field adjusters in handling multi-million dollar losses.   Many of these result in mediation with attorneys,  public adjusters, contractors,  code enforcement and numerous others in order to bring the claimants back to pre-loss condition within the parameters of their policies.

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