This Texas P&C Adjuster Pre-Licensing class satisfies all Texas Department of Insurance requirements for obtaining your P&C Texas Insurance Adjuster License.
The course is 40 hours as mandated by the state, and is available online 24/7. You don’t need to rearrange your schedule to match live class schedules, plus no travel expense. Our classes online create a live class experience which is unique in the industry. No other online class in the industry compares to the quality of training you get here. Besides, you can save hundreds compared to the cost of live classes.
Once you finish the course, there is a 150 question exam at the end, made up of multiple choice questions. You must get at least a 70% to pass this exam. You may retake the exam, if necessary, with no additional fee. No additional testing or classes are required. You simply submit your application along with required fingerprinting and receive your license.
What is the difference between an All-Lines License and a Property and Casualty License?
The only difference between the two is the ability to adjust Workers Comp claims. With the All-Lines License, you have the ability to adjust Workers Comp claims and with a Property and Casualty License you do not. For people who will be working property claims, there is no difference. If you think there is a remote possibility to ever adjust workers comp claims, take our Texas All-Lines Pre-Licensing Class.