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Over 30 states recognize the All Lines and P&C Adjuster Licenses from Texas, via reciprocity. This allows adjusters to enjoy a virtual nationwide range of operation, making them a  greater asset to any Adjuster Firm or local Insurance company. The Texas Adjuster License is considered the most valuable license in the industry. All successful adjusters have a Texas license.



The Texas Adjuster License is reciprocal in the following states:

Alabama / Alaska / Arkansas / Arizona / California / Connecticut / DelawareFlorida / Georgia / Hawaii / Idaho / Kentucky / Maine / Massachusetts / Michigan / Minnesota / Mississippi / Nevada / New Hampshire / New Mexico / New York / North Carolina Oklahoma / Oregon / Rhode Island / South Carolina / Utah / Vermont / Washington / West Virginia / Wyoming



Texas’ version of the Producer Licensing Model Act became law on September 1, 2001.

Since that date Texas has been licensing nonresident individuals. If required, a nonresident must first hold a license in their state. To check the requirements where you live, click…  State Requirements. If you have a license with one of the states listed above, Texas exempts you from examination and criminal history report requirements. Also, Texas waves the fingerprint requirements.

Some states offer state specific adjuster licenses. Often these state specific licenses are not reciprocal in other states.  If you have questions about state specific adjusters license, click…  State Requirements.

Serious adjusters understand the importance of being able to work a large geographic area. Even Staff Adjusters are occasionally deployed in emergency situations.


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