Texas Claims Adjuster

Texas Claims Adjuster
One of the most frequently asked questions we get is about the “Texas” license. Why is it important? How is it important? Do I really need one? What if I already have a license from another state? What do I have to do to get one? And where is the best place to get a Texas license. Etc.

In the beginning when the only Insurance available was for Fire, Texas saw the bigger picture and began work on an all encompassing set of guidelines. The state legislature’s authorization for the Board of Insurance Commissioners became effective April 18, 1876. This resulted in ‘THE’ book on Insurance!! They did such a great job that was so comprehensive, that most of the other states adopted it. Today ,over 30 states accept the Texas license via reciprocity. This means that having just this one license, an adjuster can work claims virtually nationwide. So even if you already have a license from another state, you will still want a Texas license.

AdjusterLicenseOnline with TXALA (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. Our 40 Hour course and final exam satisfies all of the Texas Department of Insurance requirements for obtaining your Texas licenses, no further testing or coursework will be required. 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).

Here’s a list of states that do not have adjuster license requirements, If you live in one of these, you can claim Texas as your home state, and get your Texas license. Colorado, the District of Columbia, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Maryland, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Dakota, South Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia and Wisconsi

The Texas license is Reciprocal with the following states:

1. Alabama
2. Alaska
3. Arkansas
4. Connecticut
5. Delaware
6. Florida
7. Georgia
8. Idaho
9. Indiana
10. Kentucky
11. Louisiana
12. Maine
13. Massachusetts
14. Michigan
15. Minnesota
16. Mississippi
17. Montana
18. Nevada
19. New Hampshire
20. New Mexico
21. North Carolina
22. Oklahoma
23. Oregon
24. Rhode Island
25. South Carolina
26. Utah
27. Vermont
28. Washington
29. West Virginia
30. Wyomin

The Texas Department of Insurance will allow residents of the states that do not license adjusters to claim Texas as their resident state in order to have the full benefits of Reciprocity.

To get started on your career path to become an Insurance Claims Adjuster, you need either the All Lines or Property & Casualty license. We offer both of these licenses through Texas! Click here to Register.