In their world, it's a common sight. No one seems to remember the average everyday heroes who clean up after them - the insurance adjusters.
Things get even stranger for them than enhanced individuals around the office though. It seems they might be harboring a superhero of their own.
For all his faults (there really aren't that many, guys!), Dallas prefers to spend time alone. He's a serious guy at heart and prefers to keep that kind of attitude away from his friends. Dallas doesn't like to make mistakes.
Andy has always been the life of the party and he doesn't see a reason to change that in the office. He's the most personable of the adjusters in the office, which makes him the best at selling insurance to the tough customers.
Don't let her pretty face fool you - Josie is a shark in the corporate sector. She has plans to make partners with the agency in the next few years, even if it's at the expense of others around her.
Before the corporate job crushed her spirit, Frida owned and operated her family bakery. She used it as a professional outlet for her creative spark, which wasn't enouhg to pay the bills.
Despite his naive nature, Caleb does his best to be outgoing and social with his coworkers. Caleb doesn't like being alone and uses his friends to fill that void. He also has a need to help and protect others.
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