State Requirements

State Requirements

 

National Association of Insurance Commissioners

The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) is the U.S. standard-setting and regulatory support organization created and governed by the chief insurance regulators from the 50 states, the District of Columbia and five U.S. territories. Through the NAIC, state insurance regulators establish standards and best practices, conduct peer review, and coordinate their regulatory oversight. NAIC staff supports these efforts and represents the collective views of state regulators domestically and internationally. NAIC members, together with the central resources of the NAIC, form the national system of state-based insurance regulation in the U.S.

For the most current requirements of your state, click…  http://www.naic.org/state_web_map.htm

 

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ALABAMA  http://www.aldoi.gov/  (Alabama Department of Insurance)

Pre-Licensing Requirements Required pre-license credits:

Life – 20 hour course on Life Insurance or 40 hour course on Life & Health Insurance

Accident & Health or Sickness (Disability) – 20 hour course on Health Insurance or 40 hour course on Life & Health Insurance

Combined Life / Accident & Health or Sickness (Disability) – 40 hour course on Life & Health Insurance

Variable Life & Variable Annuity – 20 hour course on Variable Life & Variable Annuity

Automobile Full Coverage – 20 hour course on Automobile Insurance, or 20 hour course on Personal Lines Insurance, or 40 hour course on Property & Casualty Insurance

Combined Property & Casualty – 40 hour course on Property & Casualty Insurance

Personal Lines – 20 hour course on Personal Lines Insurance or 40 hour course on Property & Casualty Insurance Bail Bonds – 20 hour course on Bail Bonds

Acceptable training methods: Self-Study, Online, Classroom

Course Submit Requirements: At least 5 hrs of the pre-licensing requirement must be dedicated to the discussion of Alabama Law.

Licensing Exam: All applicants must go online to the University of Alabama to schedule their licensing exam. Exams must be taken within one year of completing a pre-licensing course.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


 ALASKA   http://www.commerce.state.ak.us/dnn/ins/  (Alaska Division of Insurance) At this time, Alaska does not have any specific requirements for licensing or training.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here  . . .  REGISTER


ARIZONA  http://www.insurance.az.gov (Arizona Department of Insurance) At this time, Arizona does not have any specific requirements for licensing or training.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


CALIFORNIA  http://www.insurance.ca.gov/  (California Department of Insurance) The State of California requires an Insurance Pre-Licensing course be completed prior to taking the State Insurance Licensing Examination. All Lines Adjusting is approved by the California Department of Insurance.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


COLORADO  http://www.dora.state.co.us/insurance/  (Colorado Division of Insurance)  We advise that you check with Colorado’s Division of Insurance for any specific educational requirements.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


DELAWARE  http://www.delawareinsurance.gov/  (Delaware Department of Insurance) At this time, Delaware does not have any specific requirements for licensing or training.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


FLORIDA  http://www.floir.com/  (Florida Office of Insurance Regulations) There are specific pre-licensing course requirements. We advise that you check with Florida’s Office of Insurance Regulations for specifics.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


GORGIA  http://www.oci.ga.gov/Agents/AgentStatus.aspx  (Georgia Department of Insurance)

Georgia Property & Casualty: Georgia Property & Casualty Pre-license course . Property & Casualty Practice Test . Prospecting, Selling, and Closing

Georgia Life & Health: Georgia Life & Health Pre-license course . Life & Health Practice Test . Prospecting, Selling, and Closing

Georgia Property & Casualty Insurance Course: The Property and Casualty course surveys property and casualty insurance principles, giving you relevant information about industry regulation, underwriting, property insurance, personal lines, commercial lines, inland marine, commercial floaters and federal programs, crime insurance and bonds, and workers’ compensation.

Georgia Life & Health Insurance Course: The Life and Health insurance pre-licensing course surveys life, accident and health insurance principles, giving you relevant information about health, accident and disability insurance, contract law, health insurance providers, health insurance policies, government programs, private insurance plans for seniors, underwriting and premiums, group health insurance and the uses of health insurance.

Georgia Insurance Practice Tests: Build confidence and enhance your knowledge in preparing for the Georgia Insurance licensing exams. Our Practice Tests have multiple topic and unlimited final exams. This product has been designed to assist students in honing their testing skills in preparation for Georgia Insurance Licensing Examinations.

These products feature:

Comprehensive online testing system accessible anytime, anywhere

Randomized generation of topic quizzes and final exams

Automated grading and feedback

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


HAWAII  http://portal.ehawaii.gov/  (Hawaii’s Governmental Website) At this time, Hawaii does not have any specific requirements for licensing or training.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

 To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


IDAHO  http://www.doi.idaho.gov/  (Idaho Department of Insurance) At this time, Idaho does not have any specific requirements for licensing or training.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


IOWA  http://www.iid.state.ia.us/  (Iowa Insurance Division) At this time, Iowa does not have any specific requirements for licensing or training.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


KANSAS  http://www.ksinsurance.org/  (Kansas Insurance Department) At this time, Kansas does not have any specific requirements for licensing or training.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


LOUISIANA  http://www.ldi.state.la.us/  (Louisiana Department of Insurance) At this time, Louisiana has specific course requirements that can only be fulfilled in a classroom setting. We advise that you check with Louisiana’s Department of Insurance for specific educational requirements.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


MAINE  http://www.maine.gov/pfr/insurance/  (Maine Bureau of Insurance)

Pre-licensing Requirements
All Life and health, property and casualty, and personal lines producer candidates are required to have a minimum of six months experience in the insurance industry within the past two years, or must complete sixteen hours of approved education within two years prior to date application is filed with Superintendent.
Required pre-license credits: Life & Health 16 hours Property & Casualty 16 hours Personal Lines 16 hours.
Acceptable training methods: Online & Classroom

Pre-license education completion procedure: Potential agents must present pre-license completion certificates at the examination location in order to be admitted.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


MARYLAND  http://www.mdinsurance.state.md.us/sa/jsp/Mia.jsp  (Maryland Insurance Administration) At this time, Maryland has specific course requirements. We advise that you check with Maryland’s Department of Insurance for specific educational requirements.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


MASSACHUSETTS  http://www.mass.gov/ocabr/government/oca-agencies/doi-lp/  (Massachusetts Division of Insurance) At this time, Massachusetts does not have any specific requirements for licensing or training.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


MICHIGAN  http://www.michigan.gov/difs  (LARA – Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs) At this time, Michigan has specific course requirements. We advise that you check with Michigan’s Department of Insurance for specific educational requirements.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


MINNESOTA  http://mn.gov/commerce/  (Minnesota Department of Commerce & Insurance)

Pre-Licensing Education Requirement: Insurance pre-licensing education will consist of 20 hrs per major line of authority.

Types of Courses Accepted: Online, Self-study, Classroom

Pre-Licensing Education Exemptions:
Someone with a four-year college degree in business with an insurance emphasis
Life applicants with any of the following professional designations: CEBS, ChFC, CIC, CFP, CLU, FLMI, or LUTCF

Health applicants with any of the following professional designations: RHU, CEBS, REBC, or HIA
Property, Casualty, or Personal Lines P&C applicants with any of the following professional designations: AAI, ARM, CIC, or CPC.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


MISSISSIPPI  http://www.mid.state.ms.us/  (Mississippi Department of Insurance) At this time, Mississippi has specific course requirements that can only be fulfilled in a classroom setting. We advise that you check with Mississippi’s Department of Insurance for specific educational requirements.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


MISSOURI  http://insurance.mo.gov/  (Missouri Department of Insurance) At this time, Missouri does not have any specific requirements for licensing or training.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


MONTANA   http://www.sao.mt.gov/  (Montana Commissioner of Securities and Insurance) At this time, Montana does not have any specific requirements for licensing or training.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


NEBRASKA  http://www.doi.ne.gov/  (Nebraska Department of Insurance) Pre-licensing Requirements

Required pre-license education credits:

Property & Casualty – 40 hours Life & Health – 40 hours
Life and Annuities – 20 hours Sickness, Accident & Health – 20 hours
Title – 12 hours Personal Lines Property & Casualty – 40 hours
Crop – 6 hours Assessment Association – 12 hours 

Acceptable training methods:

Online & Classroom

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


NEW HAMPSHIRE  http://www.nh.gov/insurance/  (New Hampshire Department of Insurance)

Pre-licensing Requirements Potential agents are not required to complete pre-licensing coursework.

Required pre-license credits  Property & Casualty 0 hours / Life & Health or Accident 0 hours

Fees  Licensure Fees $150  /  Application Fees $60

License examination procedure  Following completion of pre-licensing, licensees will schedule a licensing examination with the department of insurance.

Questions regarding examination and scheduling:   New Hampshire Insurance Department / Licensing Division 21 South Fruit Street, Suite 14 / Concord, NH 03301 / Phone: (603) 271-0203
http://www.nh.gov/insurance/

Questions regarding licensing:    New Hampshire Insurance Department / Licensing Division / 21 South Fruit Street, Suite 14 / Concord, NH 03301 / Phone: (603) 271-0203

http://www.nh.gov/insurance/

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


NEW JERSEY  http://www.state.nj.us/dobi/index.html  (New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance) At this time, New Jersey has specific course requirements. We advise that you check with New Jersey’s Department of Insurance for the specific educational requirements.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


NEW MEXICO  http://www.rld.state.nm.us (New Mexico Public Regulation Commission) At this time, New Mexico does not have any specific requirements for licensing or training.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


NORTH CAROLINA  http://www.ncdoi.com/  (North Carolina Department of Insurance)

Pre-licensing Requirements

All North Carolina applicants for an insurance license must obtain a candidate guide by accessing http://www.pearsonvue.com/ or calling 1-800-274-0668. The candidate may download the candidate guide from the website or get a printed version by calling Promissor direct. The candidate guide contains pertinent information relating to pre-licensing and examination requirements. The candidate guide is free of charge.                                                                                                                                                                                               

For those individuals who qualify for exemption, he/she must submit request for waiver of pre-licensing requirement along with proof of certificate/designation and admission ticket to: NCDOI/Agent Services Division 1204 Mail Service Center Raleigh, NC 27699-1204

Pre-license education completion procedure:
Applicants will receive an admission ticket in the candidate guide. Upon completion of the required pre-licensing course, approved provider will complete form that must be taken to examination site.

For those individuals who qualify for exemption, he/she must submit request for waiver of pre-licensing requirement along with proof of certificate/designation and admission ticket to:    

NCDOI/Agent Services Division / 1204 Mail Service Center / Raleigh, NC 27699-1204

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


NORTH DAKOTA  http://www.nd.gov/ndins/  (North Dakota Department of Insurance)

Pre-licensing Requirements

Pre-license education credit requirements:
Property & Casualty 16 hours / Life & Health or Accident 16 hours

Acceptable training methods:
Classroom only

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


OKLAHOMA  http://www.ok.gov/oid/  (Oklahoma Department of Insurance) At this time, Oklahoma does not have any specific requirements for licensing or training.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


PENNSYLVANIA  http://www.insurance.pa.gov/  (Pennsylvania Department of Insurance)

Pre-Licensing Hours
24 hours of pre-licensing is required to sit for any state-licensing exam. Courses must be approved by the plan sponsor and contain a minimum of 3 hours of ethics.

Type of courses accepted for Pre-Licensing Credit:
• Live Classroom
• Independent self-study courses
• Print
• Internet

Continuing Education Hours 24 hours biennially.

Continuing Education Compliance Date By license renewal date.

License Renewal Date is based on original license issue date and renews, biennially.

Types of courses accepted for CE Credit:
• Live Classroom
• Independent self-study courses
• Print
• Internet

Course Subject Requirements None

Carryover Requirements A maximum of 24 hours may be carried over to the next reporting period.

Course Repetition Credit will not be given for courses taken more than once in each biennial reporting period.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


RHODE ISLAND  http://www.dbr.state.ri.us/divisions/insurance/licensestatus.php  (Rhode Island Department of Business Regulation) At this time, Rhode Island has specific course requirements. We advise that you check with Rhode Island’s Department of Insurance for the specific educational requirements.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


SOUTH CAROLINA  https://online.doi.sc.gov/  (South Carolina Department of Insurance) At this time, South Dakota does not have any specific requirements for licensing or training.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


SOUTH DAKOTA   http://dlr.sd.gov/insurance/default.aspx  (South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation / Division of Insurance) At this time, South Dakota does not have any specific requirements for licensing or training.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


TENNESSEE   http://state.tn.us/commerce/insurance/index.shtml  (Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance) At this time, Tennessee does not have any specific requirements for licensing or training.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


UTAH   http://www.insurance.utah.gov/  (Utah Insurance Department) At this time, Utah does not have any specific requirements for licensing or training.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


VERMONT  http://www.dfr.vermont.gov/insurance/insurance-division  (Vermont Department of Financial Regulation / Insurance Division) At this time, Vermont does not have any specific requirements for licensing or training.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


VIRGINIA  http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/index.aspx  (Virginia State Corporate Commission / Bureau of

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


WASHINGTON  http://www.insurance.wa.gov/  (Washington State Office of the Insurance Commissioner) Pre-licensing education (PLE)

This is the new requirement for Washington state.

Before you can sign-up for an exam, pre-licensing education (PLE) must be completed. If you want a resident license you must complete 20 hours of PLE for each major line of authority (LOA) you wish to obtain. Major lines include: life, disability, property, casualty or personal lines.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


WEST VIRGINIA  http://www.wvinsurance.gov/  (West Virginia Office of the Insurance Commissioner) At this time, West Virginia has specific course requirements. We advise that you check with West Virginia’s Department of Insurance for the specific educational requirements.

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


WISCONSIN  http://oci.wi.gov/  (Wisconsin office of the Commissioner of Insurance)

Pre-licensing Requirements

Pre-license education credit requirements: Property 20 hours Casualty 20 hours Life 20 hours Health 20 hours

Acceptable training methods: Classroom only

Pre-license education completion procedure: Following successful course completion the agent should receive a completion certificate. A copy of the completion form must be presented at the licensing examination.

FeesApplication Fees $18 Examination Fees $50 one line Examination Fees – $85 two lines

License examination procedure: Following completion of pre-licensing, licensees will schedule a licensing examination with Promissor.

Questions regarding examination and scheduling: Promissor Wisconsin Insurance

P.O. Box 8588
Philadelphia, PA 19101-8588
Phone: (800) 274-8979

Questions regarding licensing:
Wisconsin Office of the Commissioner of Insurance 


P.O. Box 7872
Madison, WI 53707-7882
Phone: (608) 266-8699
http://www.oci.wi.gov/

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


WYOMING  http://insurance.state.wy.us/  (Wyoming Department of Insurance) Pre-licensing Requirements

Pre-license education requirements: Not applicable

Acceptable training methods: Not applicable

Pre-license education completion procedure: Not applicable

Fees: Examination Fees $87 one line Examination Fees – $109 two lines

License examination procedure: Licensees will schedule a licensing examination with Thomson Prometric.

Questions regarding examination and scheduling: Thomson Prometric

1260 Energy Lane
St. Paul, MN 55108
Phone: (800) 864-3946

Questions regarding licensing: Wyoming Insurance Department

Herschler Building
122 West 25th Street
Cheyenne, WY 82002-0440
Phone: (307) 777-7319
http://insurance.state.wy.us/agents.html

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER


WASHINGTON DC  http://www.disb.dc.gov (District of Columbia Insurance, Securities and Banking) Licensing is no longer mandated by the Commissioner of Insurance for the District of Columbia. Candidates do not have to show proof of a Pre-Licensing Course of study prior to sitting for the District of Columbia Insurance License Examination. 

Regardless of your state’s requirements, any serious career minded adjuster will want to have the coveted Texas All Lines or Property & Casualty Adjuster License (recognized by reciprocity in 32 states), because this will allow you to work almost anywhere in the country.

To register for either the All Lines or Property & Casualty course, click here . . .  REGISTER