Insurance Adjuster License

360training offers state-approved insurance adjuster courses online. The Texas course can be taken in 17 states and DC, with most other states offering reciprocity (Check Your State Below). This course enables you to work claims for all lines, including residential, commercial, and auto.

 

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Texas All Lines Insurance Adjuster (Classroom Equivalent)

Study for your All Lines Adjuster License with this comprehensive course.

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FAQs

Can I use this course if I don’t live in Texas?

Yes, but if you live in a state that provides its license for independent adjusters, you cannot use this course to get licensed for your state. This includes the following states:

  • Alaska
  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Idaho
  • Indiana
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
  • Maine
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Mississippi
  • Montana
  • Nevada
  • New Hampshire
  • New Mexico
  • North Carolina
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • Rhode Island
  • South Carolina
  • Utah
  • Vermont
  • Washington
  • West Virginia
  • Wyoming

If you live in one of these states, you will have to get your home state license first and then apply to get your Texas license through reciprocity.

What is reciprocity?

Adjuster license reciprocity is an agreement between states that makes it simple for licensees to pass requirements in multiple states. It allows any adjuster with a license in their home state (or a DHS License) to apply for a license in another state without taking an additional exam or pre-licensing course.

Reciprocity is advantageous because meeting other states’ licensing and testing requirements involves a considerable commitment of time and money. The adjuster must apply for the other state’s license and pay any mandatory fees to acquire a reciprocal license.

What if my state does not have adjuster license requirements?

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The following states and the District of Columbia (highlighted on the map in blue) currently do not have adjuster license requirements. Residents in these states and DC can take the Texas Adjuster course and apply for a DHS (Designated Home State) license.

States Eligible for a Texas Designated Home State License (DHS)

Colorado

Illinois

Iowa

Kansas
Maryland

Massachusetts

Missouri Nebraska
New Jersey North Dakota Ohio

Pennsylvania

South Dakota

Tennessee

Virginia Wisconsin

If you live in one of these states, take the Texas All-Lines Insurance Adjuster course and select Texas as your designated home state when applying for your license.

How do I get an adjuster license?

Getting your adjuster license differs state by state.

In Texas, for example, you would have to complete the following steps:

  1. Meet the basic Texas Adjuster Licensing Requirements
    • Be at least 18 years or older
    • Be a United States citizen or legal alien who possesses a work authorization from the US Immigration and Naturalization Services
  2. Complete the required Texas Pre-licensing Course with state exam through AdjusterPro for the requested line of authority:
    • Texas All Lines Adjuster Pre-licensing
    • Texas Property & Casualty Adjuster Pre-licensing
  3. Process and submit Fingerprints according to the instructions on the Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) Fingerprint Requirements page
  4. Submit the application through Sircon
  5. Check to see if your license has been issued at TDI License Search

What happens if I fail the exam?

If, for some reason, you get less than a 70% on the final exam, you will have the ability to retake the exam in the online classroom at any time.  By using the study guide, most have no issue passing the final exam, but you can take the final exam until you pass.  It is a 150-question exam.

What if I have questions about the content during the course?

There is a “Support” tab within the classroom that allows you to submit your question, and someone will get back to you in a timely fashion. We are also always available by phone during regular business hours.

What is the total cost of getting my adjusters license?

Fee Type Cost
360training Course with State Exam: $169.00
License Application Fee: $50.00
Fingerprinting Fee: $70.00
Total: $289.00

Note: This cost can vary if you take the course in a state other than Texas.

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