Texas Insurance Adjuster License

Become a Texas Property & Casualty Insurance Claims Adjuster Online – Reciprocal in 15 States!

Duration: 40 Hour(s)

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Our Online Texas adjuster license training course will cover all the fundamental concepts in relation to property & casualty insurance claims adjusting as well as insurance regulation specifically related to Texas law. Our courses are state-approved and created by the guidelines set by the Texas Department of Insurance.

When you finish the training you will be ready to take the online insurance license final exam. Once you have completed the exam you will be able to apply for your Texas Insurance Adjusters License. You will not have to take the state exam provided by the Texas Department of Insurance if you take our online training course. The property and casualty insurance adjuster final exam is included in the training course.

The Texas Insurance Adjuster course can be taken alongside your resident state if you live outside of Texas. The Texas Adjuster License is a very valuable insurance license, if not the most valuable, because it is reciprocal in 15 states: TX, CO, KS, MO, OH, SD, VA, WI, IL, IA, MD, NE, ND, PA, and NJ.

What this means is that once you complete your Texas Insurance Adjuster License certification, you will essentially have a wide area of operation. Within these states, there may be other state-mandated regulations that you will have to meet.

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Texas adjuster licensing course is approved by TDI, provider #2700 and the school’s course approval number is 45064EX400.
Topics covered include:

  1. Auto Liability and Texas PAP
  2. Adjuster Practices, Responsibilities and Duties
  3. Bonds
  4. Commercial Lines
  5. Inland and Ocean Marine
  6. Marketing Practices
  7. Personal Lines Coverage
  8. Standard Fire Policies
  9. Texas Insurance Licensing Requirements
Texas Adjuster License

Once you have finished the final exam, your Certificate of Completion will be send within 5-7 business days. You will then need to mail the following to TDI:

  • Fingerprint Receipt
  • TDI Adjuster Application, and
  • $50 Application Fee

Why choose Insurance License School Online for your Texas Adjuster Licensing course?

  • Our course is 100% self-paced, you can start and stop whenever you want.
  • We offer 24-hour customer support, 7 days per week.
  • Our course is highly interactive, competitively priced and very easy to use.

Responsibilities of an Insurance Adjuster

The basic responsibilities of an insurance claims adjuster are reviewing claims, negotiating settlements and authorizing payments.

As an adjuster, you may be required to perform the following activities:

  • Inspect damaged properties and estimate losses.
  • Gather photographic evidence.
  • Review claims and policies.
  • Calculate costs of replacement.
  • Submit written reports.
  • Negotiate the settlement of claims.

Skill set of an Insurance Claim Adjuster

  • Basic Mathematics: arithmetic, algebra and statistics.
  • Knowledge of laws, rules, state regulations.
  • Basic communication skills.
  • Good negotiation skills.
Other Training Areas Contact Us

4321 Lakeway Blvd.
Lakeway, TX 78734 USA

1-877-251-4387 : phone (24x7)
1-888-742-6518 : fax