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Get your Texas Insurance Adjuster License with our state-approved online course now.
If you live in a state that doesn’t license independent insurance adjusters, you can acquire a Texas Designated Home State License.
Steps to getting your insurance adjuster license:
Verify you live in a qualifying state to use Texas as your Resident State (you live here) or as your Designated Home State (your state doesn’t offer licensing to insurance adjusters).
Get your fingerprints from IdentoGo to submit with your online application.
Submit your application online with your fingerprint receipt to the state. A payment of $50 will be due to Texas Department of Insurance at the time of application.
All of the following is included with the Texas pre-licensing course:
32-Hr Online Course and 8 Hrs of Homework (State Mandated)
24/7 Instant Access to the Course
Downloadable Study Guide (PDF)
State Approved Exam—no other exam required
If you live in any of the states below, you can get licensed with a Texas Designated Home State License (DHS):
Online Texas All-Lines Pre-Licensing Class FAQs
Can I use this course if I don’t live in Texas?
If you live in a state that provides it’s own license for independent adjusters such as Oklahoma, Florida, Georgia, etc., you cannot use this course to get your Texas license. You would have to get your home state license first and then apply to get your Texas license through reciprocity. If you live in a state that does not have an independent insurance adjuster license such as Colorado and Virginia (See full list above) you may use this course to get Texas Designated Home State License as an Independent Adjuster for your “Primary License”. You would select Texas as your designated home state when applying for your license.
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 in passing the final exam but you have the ability to 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. Of course, we are always availble by phone during normal business hours.
What other costs will I have in getting my Texas Adjusters License?
There is a $50 fee paid to the state with all applications. You will also need to obtain your fingerprints to submit with your application. Fingerprinting usually runs around $45. This means your license will be less than $300 including state fees with our course!
Can I see a sample of the course before I purchase?
There is a sample of the actual class at the bottom of this page. Please watch and enjoy.
Texas Insurance Adjuster Licensing Questions Answered:
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This course satisfies all testing requirements for the Texas Department of Insurance for the Texas All-Lines Insurance Adjuster License.
At the completion of this course, you receive a certificate that is sent in with the application to the state showing that you have met the testing requirements.
This class is online and available to you at any time. No travel costs.
Online classes are growing in popularity now because of the incredible cost savings. Our classes are unique from other online classes because they create a live class experience online.
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. That’s an estimated savings of over $900.00! With the money you’ll save, you can get additional training that will fast track you to becoming a successful adjuster.
Save even more! Check out the cost savings with the Texas Smart Start Package.
Texas has the most popular licenses that an adjuster holds.
Whether you live in Texas or live in a state that has no licensing for adjusters, this class will allow you to get your resident or “designated home state” license in Texas. Once you have your license, you may get most other state licenses through reciprocity. This means that you’ll be able to submit license applications without going through additional classes or testing.
Other popular courses:
All of our courses are online and available 24/7. New adjusters consider the Practical Adjusting class and Xactimate training as “Must Have” courses to maximize their skills and earning potential. After they complete the Pre-Licensing course and submit their certificate for their state license, they begin the Practical course and Xactimate training to be fully prepared prior to their first deployment. Properly prepared adjusters are the ones who have a positive first experience and get called back for future deployments.