Claims Adjuster Licensing

Our experienced facilitators teach a full range of courses including Texas All-lines Pre-licensing course, Xactimate software and continuing education courses.

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Adjuster Licensing

Claims Adjuster Academy – provider number 136474 – is an accredited training provider licensed by the Texas Department of Insurance.  Our experienced facilitators teach a full range of courses including Texas All-lines Pre-licensing course and exams, vendor continuing education programs and continuing education courses.  All courses and programs provide students with the knowledge and understanding needed to work as an adjuster, as well as access to other exciting and rewarding opportunities within the insurance profession.

Claims Adjuster Academy offers a convenient and cost-effective way to become an insurance adjuster. Our 40-hour online courses includes real-time teaching from an industry experienced instructors and follows the mandated structure set forth by the Texas Department of Insurance which consists of 10 hours of reading assignments with quizzes plus an online proctored 150-question final exam and score at least a 70% on the final exam.

The Texas Adjuster License is reciprocal in the following states:

Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, 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 and Wyoming

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Texas License Requirements

Adjuster License Requirements

To become a licensed Texas insurance adjuster, individuals must:

  • Be 18 years of age or more.
  • Submit the appropriate application and fees.
  • Be a United States citizen or legal alien who possesses a work authorization from the US Immigration and Naturalization Services.
  • Take a certified adjuster pre-licensing course or training program in adjusting losses as prescribed and approved by TDI, or successfully complete the Pearson Vue Exam.

If residing in another state that licenses adjusters, you must hold your home state’s license before becoming eligible for the Texas non-resident adjuster license.

NOTE: Sept. 1, 2012 Texas changed their exam administrator to Pearson Vue, HOWEVER, students do not have to take that exam and can fulfill the TDI requirement by taking an approved pre-licensing course.

Exam Exemptions

The following applicants are not required to pass the state exam or take a pre-licensing course:

  • Texas Adjuster whose license has been expired for more than 90 days but less than one year;
  • Non-resident applicant holding an adjuster license in a reciprocal state;
  • Applicant holding an AIC (Associate in Claims) or CPCU (Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriter) designation.

Texas License Application

If you choose to qualify for the license by taking one of our Pre-Licensing courses, in our class or online, you must submit the following to the Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) once the course an exam have been completed:

  • Texas Adjuster Application Form FIN602; and
  • Applicable fees set by TDI; and
  • Fingerprint receipt; and
  • Course completion certificate. (we will provide this to you after receiving the notarized affidavit of your monitored final exam)

Note: Non-resident applicants from non-licensing states who plan on designating Texas as their home state will need to submit fingerprints for the criminal background check. We recommend you follow the exception for electronic fingerprinting instructions on page 13 of the application.

NOTE: The Texas Department of Insurance specifically says to allow no less than 15 days for applications to be processed beginning from the day the application is received. Allow 8-10 business days from the day the application is sent out for TDI to verify it had been received.

For detailed information about the licensing process, review the Texas Insurance Candidate Bulletin, OR the Texas Department of Insurance Licensing FAQs.

Checking Your License Status

You can review your license number, status, and expiration through the Texas Insurance Licensing Search and Renewal online.

Licensing Fees

*Fees are subject to change, please check with TDI to confirm current fee amounts.

Initial Licensing and Application Fee: $50.

License Renewal Fee: $50.

Late Fee: $25

Fingerprinting Fee: $41.25 Fees varies in different states.

Maintaining Your License

24 hours CE are required per 2 years. 

Contact The Texas Dept. of Insurance

Texas Insurance Department

333 Guadalupe PO Box 149104

Austin, TX 78701

Licensing Customer Service Phone: (512) 322-3503

Fax: (512) 332-4209

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