Any comp time required. It is mandatory. Twelve hour days every day. On salary and NOT given time 1/2. Given small compensation.
You may be misclassified as salaried and should probably be entitled to overtime pay. You should consult an employment attorney to discuss your legal rights.
The US Department of Labor Wage Division Fact Sheet #17L provides specific information regarding insurance claims adjusters that you may find useful. It may be found here: http://www.dol.gov/whd/overtime/fs17l_claims_adjusters.pdf.
Your post is unclear with respect to what specifically you are asking.
You should contact a qualified employment/labor attorney as soon as possible.
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