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Posted by Barb Gavitt, CDEI, ITP, SILA-F ● July 9, 2019

Introducing the Texas Adjuster Online Course

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We are excited to announce two new Texas Adjuster Online Licensing Courses to our lineup. The Texas Independent “All Lines” Adjuster License (includes Workers’ Comp authority) and Texas Independent “Property and Casualty” Adjuster License (without Workers’ Comp authority) both meet the state exam requirements for Texas residents to become licensed as independent adjusters.

Texas Adjuster Training Meets the Requirements of Other States

Students who are residents in a state that does not have a licensing requirement are permitted to obtain a Designated Home State (DHS) license in Texas. Residents from those states can take the A.D. Banker Texas Adjuster Licensing Course, pass our final exam, and apply through Sircon to obtain their DHS license in Texas. Our final exam qualifies as the state exam, so further examination is not required.

The following states fall under this designation:

  • Colorado
  • District of Columbia
  • Iowa
  • Illinois
  • Kansas
  • Massachusetts
  • Maryland
  • Missouri
  • North Dakota
  • Nebraska
  • New Jersey
  • Ohio
  • Pennsylvania
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
  • Virginia
  • Wisconsin

How do I get a Texas Adjuster License?

The Texas Adjuster Online Course differs from our other prelicensing courses because the final (certification) exam at the end of each TX Adjuster course qualifies as the actual state exam. Once you complete 40-hour time requirement in the course, you can access the final certification exam. This exam must be monitored by a disinterested third-party. 

Enroll in the A.D. Banker Texas Adjuster course today.

Texas Adjuster Licensing Requirements

Upon passing the exam, you will receive a certificate. The certificate must be submitted with your application for license to Sircon. You are not licensed as an adjuster until you receive the license from the state.

A fingerprint background check is also required through IdentoGO.

For more information check out the A.D. Banker Texas Adjuster licensing page.

Nonresident Adjuster Reciprocity

Once the Texas Adjuster license is issued, it is reciprocal with the following states where a nonresident license can be requested:

  • Alabama
  • Arkansas
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Idaho
  • Indiana
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
  • Maine
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Mississippi
  • Montana
  • Nevada
  • New Hampshire
  • New Mexico
  • North Carolina
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • Rhode Island
  • South Carolina
  • Utah
  • Vermont
  • Washington
  • West Virginia
  • Wyoming

If Texas is your TRUE home state, the Texas license is also reciprocal with Alaska and Arizona.

Texas Adjuster Course Content and Features

This course will deliver the content needed to successfully complete the education and examination requirements. Testable topics include homeowners and dwelling coverage, personal auto, personal umbrella, commercial property, commercial general liability, business owner’s coverage, commercial auto, crime, surety, workers’ compensation, farm insurance, and commercial umbrella coverage. Adjuster-specific information includes claims investigations, handling disputes of coverage, accepting or denying a claim, and settlement negotiations. This course also provides an overview of general insurance and contract concepts, basic insurance terminology, covered perils, the policy structure, conditions, exclusions, additional coverages, applicable endorsements, policy limits, and Texas rules and regulations.

This course is mobile-friendly and has many of the same features as our other online courses, including audio and interactive activities.

Topics: Prelicensing, Insurance, Adjusters

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