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Editor’s Note: This is part 3 of a three-part series. Part 1 appeared in the August issue and Part 2 in the September issue.

Many states that require continuing education units (CEUs) for adjusters, whether or not adjusters are required to obtain a license or pass an initial licensing examination, mandate that a certain number of CEUs be on the subject of ethics. In those states, there are usually a number of ways of accomplishing this requirement, either through classes offered by a claims association, obtaining a professional designation such as the Associate in Claims from the Insurance Institute of America, or by purchasing a text and completing a correspondence course such as those offered by the National Underwriter Co.

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