Ohio does not license insurance adjusters. For Ohio residents wanting to become a licensed independent adjuster, a nonresident Designated Home State (DHS) License can be obtained from Texas. We have the courses you need to fulfill your licensing requirements.

Ohio Insurance Adjuster Licensing 

Get Your Adjuster License for the State of Ohio Here

Ohio is one of several states that do not offer state-specific insurance adjuster licensing. To work as an insurance adjuster in Ohio, 2021 Training recommends getting your Texas All-Lines Adjuster License and choosing Texas as your “Designated Home State”. A Texas state license will allow you to work in states like Ohio who don’t have their own licensing program. Not only will this open the door to more deployment opportunities, it will also ensure that you get all the Continuing Education courses you need to keep your license up to date. Texas is a popular state to get licensed in, so CE courses are plentiful here.

You can earn your Texas license online through 2021 Training! Work at your own pace without the hassle of sitting in traffic on the way to a classroom. You can read and review the materials as much as you need to in order to fully understand the concepts, and your instructor will be available to answer any questions you have. It’s a modern solution for anyone who wants to become a licensed insurance adjuster.

The more states you can work in, the more money you can earn. Texas, being a huge state with frequent severe weather events, is a common location for adjusters to work. Tornadoes, hurricanes, and floods create disaster areas that require many adjusters to come and investigate. Most states will recognize your Texas license, allowing you to work in those states as well. By working in numerous locations, you can increase your caseload, earn more money, and help more disaster victims.

2021 Training offers a fully-online licensing curriculum that makes it easy to get your Texas Insurance Adjuster License. Our nontraditional setting was designed for your convenience. You have the freedom to do your coursework anywhere, so students with jobs or families can do their classwork in their spare time. Our curriculum is 100% online and available from your computer 24 hours a day. We also provide state-approved CE classes that meet all your Continuing Education requirements. You can take them at any time to keep your license current.

Why Get a TEXAS Insurance Adjuster License?

You’ll need a certain number of Continuing Education credits to renew your license. While you might be able to earn your license faster in some states, Texas is always on the list for approved CE courses. When you’re licensed here, you can be sure you’ll always have plenty of state-approved CE courses available. The same is not true for all states.

Texas is also recognized by many states for reciprocity. This makes it easy to get licensed in other states if you keep your Texas license current. Reciprocity means the other states recognize your Texas license and don’t require you to take their own state licensing exams. This also applies to states like Ohio that don’t have their own licensing.

Steps to Get Your Texas All-Lines Insurance Adjuster License

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Step 1: Take the Texas All-Lines Pre-Licensing Class

Step 2: Get Fingerprints to Submit with Application 

Step 3: Complete Texas Application Choosing Texas as Your “Designated Home State” 

Step 4: Submit Application to State With:

Life as an Ohio Insurance Adjuster

Being a Licensed Insurance Adjuster in Ohio

Insurance adjuster salaries in Ohio vary significantly depending on which agency you work for and how much experience you have. Entry-level positions pay around $30,000, while more advanced positions pay $80,000 – $90,000. The highest salaries are earned by adjusters who travel on catastrophe deployments in multiple states.

The Weather in Ohio

Ohio, like other states in the Midwest, gets a range of natural disasters from year to year. Its spring and summer months bring heavy rain and flooding, severe thunderstorms, and tornado damage. Hail damage is another hazard you’ll likely deal with in Ohio.

In the winter, Ohio is vulnerable to extreme cold and snowstorms which can cause dangerous road conditions and power outages. Temperatures in the summer can reach dangerous heights, and droughts can cause wildfires to spread out of control if burn bans aren’t followed.

2021 Training: We Teach You All You Need to Know

2021 Training teaches you everything you need to know about insurance adjusting, from ethics and caseload management to Xactimate – at home, in your spare time. Call us today to learn more about the Texas All-Lines Insurance Adjuster License and adjusting claims in Texas, Ohio, and anywhere else!