Liggett Law Group is proud to dedicate this employee spotlight to our two licensed adjusters. Having two licensed adjusters on our team is a great asset to our clients. Their expertise allows us to better respond to client’s claims, insure damages are properly assessed, and help resolve claims more quickly for our clients.
Zach McCammond, Licensed Adjuster
Zach McCammond was born in Perryton, Texas, and raised in Spearman, Texas. He graduated high school in 1998 and came to Lubbock to attend Texas Tech University. After graduating Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a minor in English in May 2002, he went to work for Allstate the next month. He spent the first two years handling simple liability claims but quickly moved on to injury claims, handling everything from soft tissue injuries to wrongful death claims. Zach attended a few mediations on behalf of Allstate where Ted Liggett was the plaintiff’s attorney, and was always impressed with Ted’s work and the way he fearlessly and tirelessly advocates for his clients.
Zach joined Liggett Law Group in November 2016 as a Licensed Adjuster. He enjoys meeting clients, assisting on their cases, and leveraging his inside knowledge of the insurance claims industry to achieve the best results for Texas families.
Away from the office, Zach cherishes his time with his wife of 14 years, Kelli, and their two children, Jackson and Kendall. In his spare time, he is an avid fisherman.
Roger Robertson, Licensed Adjuster
Roger Robertson was born in Clovis, New Mexico, and raised in Farwell, Texas. He graduated high school in 1985 and came to Lubbock to attend Texas Tech University. Roger graduated from Texas Tech University in August of 1989 with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Sports Science and a minor in Special Education. In August of 1990, he went to work at the Lubbock State School (LSS), where he was the Coordinator of Education and Recreation Services. Roger supervised a gym/recreation center, swimming center, arts & crafts program, and an adult education program. He worked at LSS until April of 1997. Roger has also held various other certifications and licenses, including certified pool/spa operator, Water Safety Instructor, certified personal fitness trainer, licensed massage therapist, volunteer trainer for Area 17 Special Olympics, and he has been a licensed insurance claims adjuster for the past 20 years.
Roger went to work for Allstate in April of 1997 as a claims adjuster, holding various adjuster positions within Allstate, including minor impact claims specialist, litigation specialist, and evaluation consultant. Roger has handled both first and third party claims. He spent many of his years at Allstate in the litigation department, attending numerous mediations. That is where Roger met Ted. Roger attended mediations where Ted was the plaintiff’s attorney. He worked for Allstate until June of 2010. Before long, Roger was working for Ted, and has been at Liggett Law Group for the past six years.
Roger is a proud father of four wonderful kids and proud grandfather to one grandchild. He greatly cherishes his time with his family. In his earlier years, Roger spent most of his time volunteering for activities that revolved around his children. He was a fast pitch softball coach and baseball coach for over 10 years. After coaching, Roger stayed in the game of baseball by becoming an umpire, and has been umpiring for the past six years. In his spare time, Roger enjoys singing, and sometimes performs at weddings and parties.