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learning objectives

Learning Objectives

Your Adjuster Training with TXALA is comprehensive. The learning objectives cover the following 15 topics;

1. Understanding Legal Contracts
2. Basic types of Insurance and Insurers
3. Adjusting Losses
4. Claims
5. Homeowners and Dwelling Policies
6. Homeowners Forms
7. Personal and Business Automobile Insurance
8. Commercial Line Coverage
9. Business Owners Policy
10. National Flood Insurance Program
11. Ocean Marine Insurance
12. Farm Insurance
13. Inland Marine Insurance
14. Texas Insurance Regulations
15. Other Policies


Curriculum Mandated by the Texas Department of Insurance for the All Lines course.

A. Insurance terms and concepts B. Personal Lines Coverage C. Commercial Lines D. Automobile Coverage E. Inland Marine F. Ocean Marine G. Marketing Practices H. Standard Fire Policy I. Adjuster Bonds J. Additional Coverage, Exclusions and Extensions K. Adjuster Practices L. Adjuster licensing requirements M. Workers Compensation

Curriculum Mandated by the Texas Department of Insurance for the Property & Casualty course.

A. Insurance terms and concepts B. Personal Lines Coverage C. Commercial Lines D. Automobile Coverage E. Inland Marine F. Ocean Marine G. Marketing Practices H. Standard Fire Policy I. Adjuster Bonds J. Additional Coverage, Exclusions and Extensions K. Adjuster Practices L. Adjuster licensing requirements

This course is designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills you will need to pursue a career as a licensed Texas Adjuster.

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Texas All Lines Adjusting (TXALA) is a next generation training course designed by Adjusters who wanted a simpler and more realistic training experience. We have toned down most of the insurance jargon that is so pervasive in the industry, making the crucial information you require easier to understand and put into practice. By eliminating the jargon and much of the legalistic phraseology provided by the Texas Department of Insurance, we dramatically enhance your understanding of what would otherwise seem convoluted and redundant.


To get started as an Insurance Adjuster, you need either the ALL LINES or PROPERTY & CASUALTY license.
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Related Information:

Requirements for All Lines and P&C

Adjuster Basics

Crawford And Company

Becoming an Adjuster

Earnings Potential

Texas license – Who needs one?

Getting Started as an Adjuster

FAQs – Texas license