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Texas All Lines Pre-Licensing Course and Exam

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Texas All Lines Pre-Licensing TDI#110703; this course satisfies all pre-licensing requirements set by the Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) for our approved Adjuster course.


Property used primarily for dwelling


Property used for business, recreation, worship, etc (not for dwelling)


Cars, motorcycles, and covered vehicles used for non-commercial transport

Farm & Ranch

Dwelling, outbuildings, barns, animals, equipment, crops in storage (crops in the field typically require separate crop insurance)

Inland / Ocean Marine

Commercial trucks in transit and their cargo; docks, piers, bridges. Sea vessels and their cargo (the first type of insurance as we know it today

Workers Comp

Workers injured while on the job

One Texas All-Lines Adjuster License from Claims Adjuster Academy, you will be eligible to work in as many as 30 different states.

Reciprocal with Texas

The states highlighted in blue are reciprocal with Texas, meaning no additional exams are required. Hooray! Just apply and pay the required fees to obtain those states’ licenses.

Designated home state - Non-Licensing States

The states highlighted in grey are Designated home states to Texas. They don't offer adjuster licenses at all, including reciprocal licenses. However, you can take our approved course and apply for Texas adjusters license and enjoy the same benefits as Texas home state licensees.

Non-resident State Exam Required

The states highlighted in red are non-resident adjusters, which means you will have to take the state-required courses in those states and pass their state's exam.


Insurance adjusters agencies are scrambling to get more independent adjusters, creating a bidding war and the promise of a record payday for those who are available. In some cases, adjusters can earn 20k for evaluating a single property complex claim.

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