An adjuster is an employee of an insurance company or an adjustment firm employed by an insurance company hired to investigate, for the purpose of settlement, a claim for damages that have occurred to property or persons.
In laymen terms, when property is damaged by a fire, hurricane, earthquake, tornado, a drunk driver, etc. the property owner files a claim with their insurance company. The insurance company assigns an adjuster to the loss to inspect and assess the damage either in-person (field adjuster) or from the office (desk adjuster).
Insurance companies have staff to work claims. However, situations arise when volume increases beyond their capacity. When this occurs, the insurance companies will outsource the claims to a third party vendor to ensure customer service. These third party vendors are called Independent Adjusting Firms. An Independent Adjuster operates as a contractor for the Independent Adjusting Firms.
As a licensed adjuster you qualify to work as a Staff or Independent Claims Adjuster with earning potential well into the 5 figures.
Our staff of experienced teachers use effective teaching methods to ensure success in obtaining the coveted Texas All-Lines Adjuster License. Our expertise also extends to contents claim handling, inspection methodology and policy application.
What makes us different?
The Texas All-Lines Insurance Adjuster License is the first step to becoming an insurance adjuster. The Texas All-Lines Insurance Adjuster License is the adjusting industry’s preferred license – for Texas residents and non-residents.
Our 3 day Texas Adjuster Pre-licensing Course (#89372) satisfies all Texas Department of Insurance requirements for obtaining your Texas All-Lines insurance adjuster license. Once you complete this course and pass the exam you are then eligible to apply for your Texas All-lines Adjuster License.
Upon registration, you will receive a confirmation letter and pre-study materials via email. Please allow 16 self-study hours to complete material before the first day of class.
On Day 3 of the course, a 150-multiple questions exam will be administered. Your test results and Certificate of Completion will be issued that same day upon passing.
You must be licensed by your home state to practice adjusting.
16 of the 50 states do not issue an adjuster license, Missouri is one of them.
Non-license state residents must be licensed as non-residents of a License-Issuing state.
The Texas Non-Resident Adjuster License has reciprocity with 28 of the 34 License-Issuing states. Therefore, we believe this is the best route to begin your adjuster journey.