One Size Does Not Fit All in Adjuster Licensing

Throughout the country thousands of insurance adjusters every day are either out in the field inspecting damages or interacting with customers, negotiating equitable settlements for repairs and rebuilding, preparing insurance forms, issuing payments as well as serving as the first line of defense in fraud detection. While performing critical work to make people whole, the last thing you want to worry about is whether your adjuster licensing is in compliance with state regulations. Indeed, today's adjusters work with insureds throughout the country to carry out their work.

Yet obtaining and maintaining licenses, whether you're an independent adjuster, a staff adjuster, adjuster firm or insurance company is not as easy and straightforward as one might think. In fact, it can be like a maze trying to navigate through all the various state requirements and paperwork involved. And, not having your licenses in order to continue to provide your valuable service will not only hurt your customers but could also land you or your company in trouble.

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