Credentials - (TXALA)

Credentials

Texas All Lines Adjusting LLC, is an approved and OFFICIAL Texas All-Lines Adjuster SELF PROVIDER. Ours is a computer-based classroom equivalent course for earning the All Lines or Property & Casualty license. These courses are approved as substitutes for the All Lines and Property & Casualty Adjuster Exams given by the State of Texas; when you have successfully completed the 40 hour course and exam, you will be exempt from having to take the exam through the Texas Department of Insurance. (TXALA – Continuing Education Provider No. 75651, Course Approval No.  108197 & 101186).

 

Two clarifications are necessary

  1. Our course “prepares” you for your license. This does not mean there is some additional course you must take! This phraseology is from the Texas Department of Insurance. In this context the word prepare means allows or grants you the license sought once you have completed one of our courses and passed the exam.  This is the only course & exam you will need to take to become a licensed insurance adjuster.
  2. This is a “pre-licensing course.” Again this is a phrase TDI uses to describe an approved course. The prefix pre does not mean there is another course you are required to take. It simply means this course must be taken prior to receiving your license.

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To become an Adjuster, you need either the ALL LINES or PROPERTY & CASUALTY license. AdjusterLicenseOnline with TXALA offer both of these licenses through TEXAS. Why is this important? Texas literally wrote the book on insurance. They did such a good job and it is so comprehensive, that over 30 states have ‘adopted’ it via reciprocity. This means that this one license gives you a huge geographic reach in working claims! So even if you already have a license from another state, you will still want a Texas license. Most successful adjusters have a Texas license. Click here to Register.


 

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