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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I get an Alabama Adjuster License?

    To obtain your Alabama adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Alabama Adjuster License Requirements
        1. Be at least 18 years old
        2. Be a bona fide resident of Alabama
      1. Complete the required Alabama Adjuster Pre-licensing Course with state exam through AdjusterPro for the requested line of authority.
            • Alabama Property & Casualty, Workers’ Compensation, and Crop – 40 hours
            • Alabama Property & Casualty – 20 hours
            • Alabama Workers’ Compensation – 20 hours
            • Alabama Crop – 20 hours
      1. Process and submit Fingerprints through Gemalto
      2. Submit Proof of Citizenship Documentation
      3. Three to five days after receiving your course Certificate of Completion, submit application through NIPR
      4. Check to see if your license has been issued at SBS Alabama

    See complete licensing details, including nonresident information on the Alabama Department of Insurance (ADOI) website.

  • How do I get an Alaska Adjuster License?

    To obtain your Alaska adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Alaska Adjuster Licensing Requirements
      1. Be at least 18 years old
      2. Be trustworthy and competent
      3. Have at least 6 months experience, within the past two years, in any of the following:
        • Independent Adjuster
        • Independent Adjuster Trainee
        • Insurance Producer
        • Managing General Agent
        • Reinsurance Intermediary Manager or Broker
        • Underwriter or Claims Adjuster employee of an insurer
    2. Prepare for the state exam with AdjusterPro’s Alaska Adjuster Exam Prep course
    3. Register for and pass the Alaska State Exam
      1. Register online with PearsonVue Alaska
    4. Process and submit Fingerprints through PearsonVue Background Check
    5. Submit application through NIPR
    6. Check to see if your license has been issued at SBS Alaska

    See complete licensing details, including nonresident information on the State of Alaska Department of Commerce website.

  • How do I get an Arkansas Adjuster License?

    To obtain your Arkansas adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Arkansas Adjuster Licensing Requirements
      1. Be at least 18 years of old
      2. Be competent, trustworthy, financially responsible, and of good reputation
      3. Maintain an office accessible to the public
    2. Complete the Arkansas Adjuster Pre-licensing Course with exam through AdjusterPro
      If you completed test prep with another vendor, you will need to take the state exam with PSI
    3. Submit application through NIPR
    4. Email your Certificate of Completion and your NIPR transaction number to [email protected]
    5. Complete the Arkansas State Police Form located at end of the NIPR online application for Arkansas
    6. Check to see if your license has been issued at SBS Arkansas

    See complete licensing details, including nonresident information on the Arkansas Insurance Department website.

  • How do I get a California Adjuster License?

    To obtain your California adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic California Adjuster Licensing Requirements
      1. Be at least 18 years old
      2. Have two years certified experience in the insurance adjusting field, equal to 4,000 compensated hours
    2. While California does not require a pre-licensing course, we highly recommend completing AdjusterPro’s California Exam Prep Course to ensure passing the state exam
    3. Process and submit Fingerprints through Accurate Biometrics or your PSI Testing Center
      California recommends applicants complete fingerprinting prior to taking the exam. This will help ensure your license is not held up due to processing. Fingerprints can be scheduled two different ways:
      See complete fingerprinting details on the California Department of Insurance (CDI) Fingerprinting Requirements page
    4. Register for and pass the California State Exam
      1. Register online with PSI
    5. Obtain and submit a $2,000 Bond of Insurance adjuster using form CDI Form 31A-14
    6. Submit application using CDI Adjuster Application
    7. Check to see if your license has been issued at CDI License Search

    See complete licensing details, including nonresident information on the CDI Licensing Guide website.

  • How do I get a Connecticut Adjuster License?

    To obtain your Connecticut adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Connecticut Adjuster Licensing Requirements
      1. Be at least 18 years old
      2. Be of good moral character
    2. While Connecticut does not require a pre-licensing course, we recommend completing AdjusterPro’s Connecticut Exam Prep Course to ensure passing the state exam
    3. Register for and pass the Connecticut State Exam
      1. Register online with Prometric Connecticut
    4. Submit application through Connecticut Insurance Department (CID) or NIPR
    5. Check to see if your license has been issued at CID Verify and Print License

    See complete licensing details, including nonresident information on the CID website.

    Connecticut allows you to hold both an adjuster license and an auto appraiser license in order to handle both parts of an auto claim: the appraisal and the settlement. Click on the Appraiser Compliance tab above for more information.

  • How do I get a Delaware Adjuster License?

    To obtain your Delaware adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Delaware Adjuster Licensing Requirements
      1. Be at least 18 years old
    2. While Delaware does not require a pre-licensing course, we recommend completing an AdjusterPro Delaware Exam Prep Course for your preferred line of authority to ensure passing the state exam.
      • Property
      • Casualty
      • Motor Vehicle Adjuster
    3. Register for and pass the Delaware State Exam
    4. Submit application through NIPR
    5. Submit a Delaware State Criminal History Check and a FBI Criminal History Check. Both reports should be faxed to 302-736-7906 within 90 days of obtaining fingerprints and submitting your application
    6. Check to see if your license has been issued at SBS Delaware

    See complete licensing details, including nonresident information on the Delaware Department of Insurance (DDOI) website and the DDOI Licensing FAQ page.

    Delaware allows you to hold both an adjuster license and an auto appraiser license in order to handle both parts of an auto claim: the appraisal and the settlement. Click on the Appraiser Compliance tab above for more information.

  • How do I get a Florida Adjuster License?

    To obtain your Florida adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Florida Adjuster Licensing Requirements
      1. Be a natural person at least 18 years of age
      2. Be a resident of the State of Florida
      3. Be a United States citizen or legal alien who possesses a work authorization from the United States Immigration and Naturalization Services
    2. Complete the required Florida Certified Designation Course with state exam through AdjusterPro
    3. Process and submit Fingerprints according to instructions at Florida Department of Financial Services (FLDFS) Fingerprinting Requirements
    4. Submit application through MyProfile
    5. If required, submit Proof of Citizenship Documentation 
    6. Applicants concerned with criminal background questions on the application can view a list of Disqualifying Crimes provided by the state
    7. Check to see if your license has been issued by logging into MyProfile

    In Florida, all insurance licenses require an appointment. Independent adjusters self-appoint. Complete the following steps to do that:

    • Go to MyProfile and log in to your account.
    • Select the “Access eAppoint” button under “Apply”. If you have never used eAppoint, you must first register and will need to select “Register to become an appointing entity”.
    • Once in the eAppoint Workbench, select the required tab (New Appointment, Renew Appointment, or Terminate Appointment) and follow the instructions on the page. You will need to pay the $60 fee. Appointments must be renewed every 24 months during the appointee’s birth month.

    See complete licensing details, including nonresident information at FLDFS Licensing Information.

  • How do I get a Florida Customer Service Representative (4-40) License?

    To obtain your Florida Customer Service Representative (4-40) license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Florida Customer Service Representative (4-40) Licensing Requirements
      1. Be a natural person at least 18 years of age
      2. Be a resident of the State of Florida
      3. Be a United States citizen or legal alien who possesses a work authorization from the United States Immigration and Naturalization Services
    2. Complete the required Florida Customer Service Representative Course with state exam through AdjusterPro
    3. Process and submit Fingerprints according to instructions at Florida Department of Financial Services (FLDFS) Fingerprinting Requirements
    4. Submit application through MyProfile
      Applicants concerned with criminal background questions on the application can view a list of Disqualifying Crimes provided by the state
    5. If required, submit Proof of Citizenship Documentation
    6. Check to see if your license has been issued by logging into MyProfile

    See complete licensing details, including nonresident information at FLDFS Licensing Information.

  • How do I get a Georgia Adjuster License?

    To obtain your Georgia adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Georgia adjuster licensing requirements
      • Be at least 18 years old
      • Have not committed any serious RIRS actions or 1033 actions
      • Able to provide employment history for the past five (5) years with no gaps to the current date. This includes full and part-time work, self-employment, military service, unemployment, and/or full-time education.
      • Provide a valid mailing address in the state of Georgia. P.O Boxes are not allowed.
      • Applicants who are non-citizen must provide proof of eligibility to work in the U.S. to the state of Georgia.
    2. Complete the required Georgia Property & Casualty Adjuster Pre-licensing Course through AdjusterPro
    3. Register for and pass the Georgia State Exam
      • Register online with PearsonVUE
        When registering for your state exam, have a copy of your certificate of completion from class handy, and bring it to the testing center when you go to take your exam.
        Your certificate of completion will be available in your online classroom when your course is complete.
        Our provider information is as follows:  
        Provider Name: Versicat ITU, LLC dba AdjusterPro; Pre-Licensing Provider Number: 155881; 20-Hour Property Pre-licensing 38369, 20-Hour Casualty Pre-licensing 38368
    4. Process and submit Fingerprints according to the instructions at the Georgia Office of Insurance and Fire Safety Commission Licensing Background Check Fingerprint Procedure
    5. Submit application through Sircon
    6. Check to see if your license has been issued at Georgia Office of Insurance Search

    See complete licensing details, including non-resident information, on the Georgia Office of Insurance website.

  • How do I get a Hawaii Adjuster License?

    To obtain your Hawaii adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Hawaii Adjuster Licensing Requirements
      1. Be at least 18 years old
      2. If previously convicted of any felony, applicant must request the commissioner’s written consent to engage in the business of insurance
    2. Prepare for the state exam with AdjusterPro’s Hawaii Exam Prep course
    3. Register for and pass the Hawaii State Exam
      1. Register online with PearsonVue
    4. Process and submit Fingerprints through Fieldprint
    5. Submit application through Hawaii Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs (HDCCA)
    6. Check to see if your license has been issued at HDCCA License Search

    See complete licensing details, including nonresident information on the HDCCA website.

  • How do I get an Idaho Adjuster License?

    To obtain your Idaho adjusters license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Idaho Adjuster Licensing Requirements
      1. Be at least 21 years old
      2. Be trustworthy, with good character, reputation, morals, integrity, and financial responsibility
      3. Not have been convicted or pled guilty to a felony or a misdemeanor involving moral depravity
    2. While Idaho does not require a pre-licensing course, we recommend completing AdjusterPro’s Idaho Exam Prep Course to ensure passing the state exam
    3. Register for and pass the Idaho State Exam
      1. Register online with PSI
    4. Submit CHRI Request and Release Form
    5. Process and submit Fingerprints according to PSI Fingerprinting Instructions
    6. Submit application through NIPR or Sircon
    7. Check to see if your license has been issued at Idaho Department of Insurance (IDOI) Professional Licensing Search

    See complete adjuster licensing details, including nonresident information on the IDOI Website.

  • How do I get an Indiana Adjuster License?

    To obtain your Indiana adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Indiana Adjuster Licensing Requirements
      1. Be at least 18 years old
      2. Be determined to be trustworthy, reliable, and of good reputation
      3. Not have committed any act that is a ground for denial, suspension or revocation of a license
    2. Complete the required Indiana Adjuster Pre-licensing Course with state exam through AdjusterPro (please allow 2-3 business days to submit your scores to the Indiana Department of Insurance)
      If you took the Indiana Pre-licensing Course from another vendor, you will need to provide a completion certificate from an approved provider as a prerequisite before being allowed to take the state exam.
    3. Submit application through Sircon
    4. Check to see if your license has been issued at Sircon

    See complete licensing details, including nonresident information at Indiana Department of Insurance (IDOI) website.

  • How do I get a Kentucky Adjuster License?

    To obtain your Kentucky adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Kentucky Adjuster Licensing Requirements
      1. Be at least 18 years old
      2. Be trustworthy and of good reputation
      3. Be financially responsible
      4. Be competent to exercise the license
      5. Have an office accessible to the public
    2. While Kentucky does not require a pre-licensing course, we recommend completing AdjusterPro’s Kentucky Exam Prep Course to ensure passing the state exam
    3. Submit application through Kentucky Department of Insurance (KYDOI)
    4. Register for and pass the Kentucky State Exam
      1. Detailed testing information is available at KYDOI Testing Site/Schedules
      2. You must submit an application before creating an account or scheduling an exam
    5. After passing the state exam, process and submit a Criminal Background Check
    6. Check to see if your license has been issued by logging into your eServices account

    See complete licensing details, including nonresident information at KYDOI Information Page.

  • How do I get a Louisiana Adjuster License?

    To obtain your Louisiana adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Louisiana Adjuster Licensing Requirements
      1. Be at least 18 years old
      2. Be competent and trustworthy
      3. Maintain an office accessible to the public
    2. While Louisiana does not require a pre-licensing course, we recommend completing AdjusterPro’s Louisiana Exam Prep Course to ensure passing the state exam
    3. Register for and pass the Louisiana State Exam
      1. Register online with PSI
    4. Submit application through NIPR
    5. Process and submit Fingerprints according to Louisiana Department of Insurance (LDI) Fingerprints Requirements
    6. Check to see if your license has been issued at LDI Search

    See complete licensing details, including nonresident information on the LDI website.

  • How do I get a Maine Adjuster License?

    To obtain your Maine adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Maine Adjuster Licensing Requirements
      1. Be at least 18 years old
    2. Prepare for the state exam. We recommend taking our Maine exam prep course. It’s 100% online and will prepare you to pass the state adjuster exam.
    3. Register for and pass the Maine Adjuster State Exam
      1. Register online with PearsonVue
    4. Submit an application through NIPR
    5. Check to see if your license has been issued at NIPR

    See complete licensing details, including nonresident information on the Maine Professional and Financial Regulation website.

  • How do I get a Michigan Adjuster License?

    To obtain your Michigan adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1.  Meet the basic Michigan Adjuster Licensing Requirements
    a.  Be at least 18 years old

    b.  Prepare to pass the state exam with our Michigan Adjuster Exam Prep course

    c.  Register for and pass the Michigan State Exam
    – Register online with PSI

    d.  Submit application through NIPR

    See additional licensing details, including nonresident information, on the Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services (DIFS) website.

  • How do I get a Minnesota Adjuster License?

    To obtain your Minnesota adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1.  Meet the basic Minnesota Adjuster Licensing Requirements
    a.  Be at least 18 years old
    b.  Be competent and trustworthy
    c.  Not be involved in any activity that would cause license removal or suspension for three years prior to application

    2.  Prepare to pass the state exam with AdjusterPro’s Minnesota Exam Prep course

    3.  Register for and pass the Minnesota State Exam
    Register online with PearsonVue

    4.  Process and submit Fingerprints according to the Minnesota Commerce Department (MCD) Fingerprinting FAQ page

    5.  Submit application through Sircon

    6.  Check to see if your license has been issued at NIPR

    See complete adjuster licensing details, including non-resident information, on the MCD Licensing Education page.

  • How do I get a Mississippi Adjuster License?

    To obtain your Mississippi adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1.  Meet the basic Mississippi Adjuster Licensing Requirements
    – Be at least 18 years old

    2.  Complete the required 20-hour Mississippi Pre-licensing Course through AdjusterPro

    3.  Register for and pass the Mississippi State Exam
    Register online with PearsonVue

    When registering for your state exam, have a copy of your certificate of completion from class handy. Your certificate of completion is available in the Certificates folder in your online classroom. Bring your certificate of completion to the test center with you when you go. Our provider information is as follows:

    Provider Name: Versicat ITU, LLC, Pre-Licensing Provider Number: 15019046; Pre-Licensing Course Number: 17960

    4.  Submit the application through NIPR or Sircon

    5.  Check to see if your license has been issued at Mississippi Insurance Department (MID) Licensing Search

    See complete adjuster licensing details, including nonresident information, on the MID website.

  • How do I get a Montana Adjuster License?

    To obtain your Montana adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1.  Meet the basic Montana Adjuster Licensing Requirements
    a.  Be at least 18 years old
    b.  Be trustworthy and of good character and reputation
    c.  Maintain an office accessible to the public in Montana with records of transactions made under the license

    2.  While Montana does not require a pre-licensing course, we recommend completing AdjusterPro’s Montana Exam Prep Course to ensure passing the state exam

    3.  Register for and pass the Montana State Exam
    – Register online with PearsonVue

    4.  Get fingerprinted through IdentiGo

    5.  Submit an application through NIPR

    6.  Check to see if your license has been issued at NIPR

    See complete adjuster licensing details, including nonresident information, on the Montana Commissioner of Securities and Insurance website.

  • How do I get a Nevada Adjuster License?

    To obtain your Nevada adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1.  Meet the basic Nevada Adjuster Licensing Requirements
    – Be at least 18 years old
    – Be able to declare Nevada as your home state
    – Be an independent contractor
    – Be competent, trustworthy, financially responsible and of good reputation
    – Never have convicted of forgery, embezzlement, obtaining money under false pretenses, larceny, extortion, or conspiracy to commit fraud

    2.  Take a state-approved pre-licensing course. AdjusterPro does not currently offer a pre-licensing class for Nevada adjusters. You can search for available courses through Sircon.

    3.  Register for and pass the Nevada State Exam
    – Register online with PearsonVue Nevada

    4.  Process and submit Fingerprints according to Nevada Division of Insurance (NDOI) Requirements

    5.  Submit the application through NIPR or Sircon

    Nevada does not license nonresidents as independent adjusters. Nonresidents wishing to adjust in Nevada must be affiliated with a Nevada resident Independent Adjuster and apply for an ‘Associate Adjuster’ license through Sircon

    See complete licensing details, including nonresident information, on the NDOI website

  • How do I get a New Hampshire Adjuster License?

    To obtain your New Hampshire adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1.  Meet the basic New Hampshire Adjuster Licensing Requirements
    – Be at least 18 years old

    2.  While New Hampshire does not require a pre-licensing course, we recommend completing AdjusterPro’s New Hampshire Adjuster Exam Prep Course to ensure passing the state exam

    3.  Register for and pass the New Hampshire State Exam
    – Register online with Prometric New Hampshire

    4.  Submit the application using New Hampshire Insurance Department (NHID) Adjuster License Application or online at NIPR

    5.  Check to see if your license has been issued at SBS

    See complete licensing details, including information for nonresidents, on the NHID Adjuster Licensing page

  • How do I get a New Mexico Adjuster License?

    To obtain your New Mexico adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1.  Meet the basic New Mexico Adjuster Licensing Requirements
    a.  Be at least 18 years old
    b.  Be able to demonstrate a good business reputation, and must intend to engage in a bona fide manner in the business of adjusting insurance claims
    c.  Have at least one year’s experience or special education or training in handling claims under insurance contracts. Such experience, education, and training must be of such nature and extent as to demonstrate applicant’s competence to fulfill the responsibilities of an adjuster

    2.  While New Mexico does not require a pre-licensing course, we recommend completing AdjusterPro’s New Mexico Exam Prep Course to ensure passing the state exam

    3.  Register for and pass the New Mexico State Exam
    – Register online with Prometric New Mexico

    4.  Process and submit Fingerprints through 3M Cogent and attach the Proof of Fingerprinting Submissions Receipt to your application

    5.  Complete the Independent Adjuster Affiliation Form

    6.  Post Independent Adjuster Surety Bond with a coverage of $10,000

    7.  Submit an application through NIPR within 30 days of passing the exam

    8.  Check to see if your license has been issued at SBS

    See complete licensing details, including nonresident information on the New Mexico Office of Superintendent of Insurance website

  • How do I get a New York Adjuster License?

    To obtain your New York adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic New York Adjuster Licensing Requirements
      1. Be at least 18 years old
      2. Be trustworthy and competent
      3. Never have committed a felony or any crime involving fraudulent or dishonest practices
    2. While New York does not require a pre-licensing course, we recommend completing AdjusterPro’s New York Exam Prep Course to ensure passing the state exam
    3. Register for and pass the New York State Exam
      1. Register online with PSI
        when asked to select pre-licensing provider from the drop down menu, select 7777 Pre-Licensing Waived (because pre-licensing is not required for this license)
    4. Submit an application using the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) Instructions for IA (Independent Adjuster) Applicant. After passing the exam, we recommend waiting a week to submit your application in order for your exam to be processed
    5. Additionally, you will need to do the following: (Detailed information on these items are covered on the application)
      1. Get your Fingerprints processed through IdentoGo
      2. Submit five Certificates of Character
      3. Provide a $1,000 bond to cover the licensing period
      4. Include a Certificate of Good Conduct from the Board of Parole if you have committed a felony or crime involving fraudulent or dishonest practices
    6. Check to see if your license has been issued at NYDFS License Search

    See complete licensing details, including nonresident information on the NYDFS website.

    New York allows you to hold both an adjuster license and an auto appraiser license in order to handle both parts of an auto claim: the appraisal and the settlement. Click on the Auto Appraiser tab at the top of the page for more information.

  • How do I get a North Carolina Adjuster License?

    To obtain your North Carolina adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic North Carolina Adjuster Licensing Requirements
      1. Be at least 18 years old
    2. While North Carolina does not require a pre-licensing course, we recommend completing AdjusterPro’s North Carolina Adjuster Exam Prep course to ensure passing the state exam
    3. Submit the application online through NIPR before scheduling the state exam
      1. Once you have applied, you will receive an email authorization from PearsonVUE that contains information on how to schedule your exam
    4. Register for and pass the North Carolina State Exam
      1. Register with PearsonVue once you receive authorization
      2. 48-72 hours after you pass the exam, NIPR will match your test results with your pending license application and send you an email with further instructions
    5. Check if your license has been issued at SBS

    See complete licensing details, including nonresident information, on the North Carolina Department of Insurance (NCDOI) website and the NCDOI FAQ page.

  • How do I get an Oklahoma Adjuster License?

    To obtain your Oklahoma adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Oklahoma License Requirements
      1. Be at least 18 years old
      2. Be a bona fide resident of Oklahoma
    2. While Oklahoma does not require a pre-licensing course, we recommend completing AdjusterPro’s Oklahoma Adjuster Exam Prep course to ensure passing the state exam
    3. Register for and pass the Oklahoma State Exam
      – Register online with Prometric Oklahoma
    4. Submit the application through NIPR
    5. Check to see if your license has been issued at Oklahoma Insurance Department (OKID) Licensee Look-Up

    See Complete Licensing details, including non-resident information, on the OKID website.

  • How do I get an Oregon Adjuster License?

    To obtain your Oregon adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Oregon Adjuster Licensing Requirements
      1. Be at least 18 years old
    2. While Oregon does not require a pre-licensing course, we recommend completing AdjusterPro’s Oregon Exam Prep course to ensure passing the state exam
    3. Register for and pass the Oregon State Exam
      1. Register online with PSI
    4. Process and submit Fingerprints according to Oregon PSI Fingerprint Instructions
    5. Submit the application through NIPR Oregon
    6. Check to see if your license has been issued at SBS Oregon

    See additional licensing details, including non-resident information, on the Oregon Division of Financial Regulation Licensing Instructions page.

  • How do I get a Rhode Island Adjuster License?

    To obtain your Rhode Island adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Rhode Island Adjuster Licensing Requirements
      1. Be at least 18 years old
    2. While Rhode Island does not require a pre-licensing course, we recommend completing AdjusterPro’s Rhode Island Exam Prep Course to ensure passing the state exam
    3. Register for and pass the Rhode Island State Exam
      1. Register online with PearsonVue
    4. Obtain a Criminal Background Report from the Rhode Island Attorney General’s office by calling the office at 401-274-4400
    5. Submit the application through NIPR
    6. Check to see if your license has been issued at SBS

    See complete licensing details, including nonresident information on the Rhode Island Department of Business Regulation website.

    Rhode Island allows you to hold both an adjuster license and an auto appraiser license in order to handle both parts of an auto claim: the appraisal and the settlement. Click on the Auto Appraiser tab above for more information.

  • How do I get a South Carolina Adjuster License?

    To obtain your South Carolina adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic South Carolina Adjuster Licensing Requirements
      1. Be at least 18 years old
    2. While South Carolina does not require a pre-licensing course, we recommend completing AdjusterPro’s South Carolina Exam Prep Course to ensure passing the state exam
    3. Register for and pass the South Carolina State Exam
      1. Register online with PSI
    4. Provide an original SLED Report from South Carolina Law Enforcement Division
    5. Submit the application through NIPR
    6. Your National Producer Number (NPN) will be used as your South Carolina license number. You can find your National Producer Number at https://nipr.com/PacNpnSearch.htm

    See complete licensing details, including non-resident information, on the SCDOI website.

    South Carolina requires you to hold both an adjuster license and an auto appraiser license to handle auto claims. Click on the auto appraiser tab above for more information.

  • How do I get a Texas Adjuster License?

    To obtain your Texas adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Texas Adjuster Licensing Requirements
      1. Be at least 18 years or older
      2. Be a United States citizen or legal alien who possesses a work authorization from the US Immigration and Naturalization Services
    2. Complete the required Texas Pre-licensing Course with state exam through AdjusterPro for the requested line of authority:
      • Texas All Lines Adjuster Pre-licensing
      • Texas Property & Casualty Adjuster Pre-licensing
    3. Process and submit Fingerprints according to the instructions on the Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) Fingerprint Requirements page
    4. Submit the application through Sircon
    5. Check to see if your license has been issued at TDI License Search

    See complete licensing details, including non-resident information, on the TDI Licensing Resources page and TDI Licensing FAQ.

     

  • How do I get a Utah Adjuster License?

    To obtain your Utah adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Utah Adjuster Licensing Requirements
      1. Be at least 18 years old
      2. Be competent and trustworthy
      3. Not have any felony convictions or misdemeanors involving any fiduciary breach of trust, forgery, or theft
    2. While Utah does not require a pre-licensing course, we recommend completing AdjusterPro’s Utah Exam Prep Course to ensure passing the state exam
    3. Register for and pass the Utah State Exam
      1. Register online with Prometric
    4. Process and submit Fingerprints according to Utah Insurance Department (UID) Fingerprinting Procedures
    5. Submit the application through NIPR or Sircon
    6. Check to see if your license has been issued at NIPR or Sircon

    See complete licensing details, including non-resident information, on the UID website.

  • How do I get a Vermont Adjuster License?

    To obtain your Vermont Adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Vermont Adjuster Licensing Requirements
      1. Be at least 18 years old
      2. Be competent, trustworthy, financially responsible, and of good personal and business reputation
      3. Meet the experience requirement through one of the following:
        1. The applicant has two years’ experience in handling of loss claims.
        2. The applicant has undergone special training of sufficient duration and scope to make him/her competent to fulfill the license requirements. A person seeking to have special training recognized should submit a detailed description of the training, including syllabi, curriculum and training material.
        3. The applicant is employed by and subject to the immediate personal supervision of a licensed adjuster who is licensed in Vermont and who has been licensed for at least three years.
    2. While Vermont does not require a pre-licensing course, we recommend completing AdjusterPro’s Vermont Exam Prep Course to ensure passing the state exam
    3. Register for and pass the Vermont State Exam
      1. Register online with Prometric Vermont
    4. Submit the application through NIPR or Sircon

    See complete licensing details, including non-resident information, on the VDFR website.

    Vermont allows you to hold both an adjuster license and an auto appraiser license in order to handle both parts of an auto claim: the appraisal and the settlement. Click on the auto appraiser tab above to see information on that license.

  • How do I get a Washington Adjuster License?

    To obtain your Washington Adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Washington Adjuster Licensing Requirements
      1. Be at least 18 years old
      2. Be trustworthy and competent
      3. Meet the experience requirement through one of the following:
    2. Prepare for the state exam using AdjusterPro’s Washington Adjuster Exam Prep course
    3. Register for and pass the Washington State Exam
      1. Register online with PSI
    4. Process and submit Fingerprints according to the Washington Office of the Commissioner (WOIC) Fingerprint Requirements page
      Applicants concerned with having a criminal background history can visit Washington Criminal Offenses page for more information
    5. Submit application through the WOIC Online Services
    6. Check to see if your license has been issued through WOIC Online Services

    See complete licensing details, including non-resident information, on the WOIC website.

  • How do I get a West Virginia Adjuster License?

    To obtain your West Virginia Adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic West Virginia Adjuster Licensing Requirements
      1. Be at least 18 years old
      2. Be trustworthy and competent
    2. While West Virginia does not require a pre-licensing course, we recommend completing AdjusterPro’s West Virginia Exam Prep Course to ensure passing the state exam
    3. Register for and pass the West Virginia State Exam
      1. Register online with PearsonVue
    4. Submit the application using West Virginia Offices of the Insurance Commissioner (WVOIC) Application for Adjuster’s License
    5. Check to see if your license has been issued at SBS

    See complete licensing details, including nonresident information on the WVOIC website.

  • How do I get a Wyoming Adjuster License?

    To obtain your Wyoming Adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Wyoming Adjuster Licensing Requirements
      1. Be at least 18 years old
      2. Be trustworthy and of good reputation
      3. Maintain an office accessible to the public which keeps the usual and customary records
    2. While Wyoming does not require a pre-licensing course, we recommend completing AdjusterPro’s Wyoming Exam Prep Course to ensure passing the state exam
    3. Register for and pass the Wyoming State Exam
      1. Register online with PearsonVue Wyoming
    4. Submit an application through NIPR or Sircon Wyoming
    5. Process and submit Fingerprints. A fingerprint packet will be provided by the Department of Insurance upon receipt of application and fees.
    6. Check to see if your license has been issued at Sircon

    See complete licensing details, including non-resident information on the Wyoming Department of Insurance website.

  • How do I get auto appraiser license in Connecticut?

    To obtain your Connecticut Auto Appraiser 18-16 license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Connecticut Auto Appraiser Licensing Requirements
      1. Be at least 18 years old
      2. Be financially responsible and of good moral character
    2. While Connecticut does not require a pre-licensing course, we recommend completing AdjusterPro’s Connecticut Motor Vehicle Damage Appraiser Exam Prep Course to ensure passing the written state exam
    3. Register for and pass the Connecticut Appraiser Written Exam
      1. Register online with Prometric
    4. Pass the Connecticut Appraiser Practical Exam
      1. After passing the written exam, applicants are required to pass a practical exam by contacting:
        1. South End Auto Body, Inc.
          676 Cromwell Ave, Rocky Hill, CT 06067.
          Ph: (860) 529-7426
    5. After passing both exams, submit application through NIPR
    6. Check to see if your license has been issued at CID Verify License Page

    Additional licensing details are available on the CID website.

    Connecticut allows you to hold both an adjuster license and an auto appraiser license in order to handle both parts of an auto claim: the appraisal and the settlement. Click on the adjuster compliance tab above for more information.

  • How do I get auto appraiser license in Delaware?

    To obtain your Delaware Motor Vehicle Appraiser license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Delaware Motor Vehicle Licensing Requirements
      1. Be at least 18 years old
    2. While Delaware does not require a pre-licensing course, we recommend completing the AdjusterPro Delaware Motor Vehicle Appraiser Exam Prep Course to ensure passing the state exam
    3. Register for and pass the Delaware Appraiser State Exam
    4. Submit application through NIPR
    5. Delaware requires applicants to submit both a state and a federal criminal history background check. Both reports should be faxed to 302-736-7906 within 90 days of obtaining fingerprints and submitting your application.
      1. Instructions for the Delaware state criminal history check
      2. Instructions for the FBI criminal history check
    6. Check to see if your license has been issued at SBS Delaware

    Additional licensing details are available on the Delaware Licensing FAQ page.

    Delaware allows you to hold both an adjuster license and an auto appraiser license in order to handle both parts of an auto claim: the appraisal and the settlement. Click on the adjuster compliance tab above for more information

  • How do I get a Massachusetts Auto Appraiser 16-60 License?

    To obtain your Massachusetts Motor Vehicle Damage Appraiser 16-60 license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Massachusetts MVDA Licensing Requirements
    – Be at least 18 years old
    – Be a person of good moral character
    – Have a high school diploma or possess satisfactory relevant work experience, as determined by the Appraiser Licensing Board
    – Have at least three months of experience completing appraisals under the close supervision of a licensed appraiser

    2. Take a Massachusetts Licensing Board approved Damage Appraiser Training Course

    3. Submit the following paperwork, along with your application to the Massachusetts Appraiser Licensing Board. The Board will notify you when your application has been approved.
    – A work experience letter from a licensed Massachusetts appraiser with whom you have worked for a period of at least three months. This letter must be signed by the appraiser and his seal affixed.
    – A copy of certification received from a board approved MVDA Course Exception: Two years of practical work experience writing appraisals may be substituted for the required course work.
    – If you have had any convictions, a transcript from the courts identifying the offense(s) and a letter of explanation should be included.
    MA MVDA Appraiser Application, along with a check for $100.00 made payable to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for application processing and examination.
    Send the paperwork and application to:
    The Auto Damage Appraiser Licensing Board
    1000 Washington St, Suite 810
    Boston, MA 02118-6200.

    4. While not required, we recommend completing AdjusterPro’s Massachusetts Motor Vehicle Damage Appraiser Exam Prep course to ensure passing the written portion of the state exam

    5. After your application has been approved, register for and pass the Massachusetts MVDA State Exam
    Register online with Prometric

    6. After successfully completing your written examination, you will be notified by the Board how to complete Part 2 – Vehicle Appraisal Examination

  • How do I get New York Motor Vehicle Damage Appraiser (MVDA) Series 17-71 License?

    To obtain your New York MVDA license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic New York MVDA Licensing Requirements
      • Be at least 18 years old
      • Be trustworthy and competent
      • Never have been convicted of a felony or any crime involving fraud or dishonesty
    2. While New York does not require a pre-licensing course, we recommend completing the AdjusterPro New York Motor Vehicle Damage Appraiser Exam Prep Course to ensure passing the state exam
    3. Register for and pass the New York Damage Appraiser State Exam
      • Register online with PSI
      • When asked to select a provider from the drop down menu, select 7777 Pre-Licensing Waived (because pre-licensing is not required for this license)
    4. Submit an application through the New York Department of Financial Service Application Instructions. We recommend waiting a week to submit your application in order for your exam to be processed
    5. You will also need to complete the following: (Detailed information on these items is covered in the application.)
      • Get your Fingerprints processed through IdentoGo
      • Submit five Certificates of Character
      • Provide a $1,000 bond to cover the licensing period
      • Include a Certificate of Good Conduct from the Board of Parole if you have committed a felony or crime involving fraudulent or dishonest practices

    Check to see if your license has been issued at NY License Search

  • How do I get Motor Vehicle Physical Damage Appraiser License in Pennsylvania?

    To obtain your Pennsylvania Series 16-20 Motor Vehicle Physical Damage Appraiser license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Physical Damage Appraiser Licensing Requirements
      • Be at least 18 years old
      • Be trustworthy
      • Possess the appropriate experience or training in motor vehicle damage appraisal
    2. Complete an approved training course, such as AdjusterPro’s PA Damage Appraiser Exam Prep Course, or have six months of continuous experience related to this field
      • Fax or email training course completion certificate or proof of work experience to:
        Pennsylvania Insurance Department (PID)
        Email: [email protected]
        Fax: 717-787-8553
    3. Register for and pass the Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Physical Damage Appraiser Exam
      • Register online with PSI
      • When asked to select a provider from the drop down menu, select 99999 Other (because pre-licensing is not required for this license)
    4. Submit application using PA Motor Vehicle Physical Damage Appraiser Application and mail with your payment to:
      • Pennsylvania Insurance Department
        Bureau of Licensing & Enforcement
        1209 Strawberry Square
        Harrisburg, PA 17120
    5. Check to see if your license has been issued at PID Licensees

    Additional licensing information is available on the PID Website.

  • How do I get auto appraiser license in Rhode Island?

    To obtain your Rhode Island Auto Appraiser License, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Rhode Island Auto Appraiser Licensing Requirements
      1. Be at least 18 years old
      2. Obtain a Criminal Background Check
      3. Operate independently of any repair shop or car dealership
    2. While Rhode Island does not require a pre-licensing course, we recommend completing AdjusterPro’s Rhode Island Auto Appraiser Exam Prep Course to ensure passing the state exam
    3. Register for and pass the Rhode Island State Exam
      1. Register online with PearsonVue Rhode Island
    4. Obtain a Criminal Background Report from the Rhode Island Attorney General’s office by calling the office at 401-274-4400
    5. Submit an application through NIPR Rhode Island
    6. Submit a RI Employment Affidavit. This is only required if the applicant is not currently employed with an insurance company. An affidavit that matches the current employment status needs to be completed, notarized, and attached to application.
    7. Check to see if your license has been issued at SBS Rhode Island

    Additional licensing details are available at Rhode Island DOI Licensing.

    Rhode Island allows you to hold both an adjuster license and an auto appraiser license in order to handle both parts of an auto claim: the appraisal and the settlement. Click on the insurance adjuster tab above for more information.

  • How do I get a South Carolina Auto Appraiser 19-15 license?

    To obtain your South Carolina Auto Appraiser License, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic South Carolina Auto Appraiser Licensing Requirements
      • Be at least 18 years old
    2. While South Carolina does not require a pre-licensing course, we recommend completing AdjusterPro’s SC Auto Appraiser Exam Prep Course to ensure passing the state exam
    3. Register for and pass the South Carolina State Exam
      • Register online with PSI
    4. Provide an original SLED Report from South Carolina Law Enforcement Division
    5. Submit an application using NIPR.
    6. Check to see if your license has been issued at SC License Verification. Your National Producer Number (NPN) will be used as the South Carolina license number. You can search for your National Producer Number at: https://nipr.com/PacNpnSearch.htm

    Additional licensing details are available on the South Carolina Department of Insurance Appraiser page.

    South Carolina requires you to hold both an adjuster license and an auto appraiser license to handle auto claims. Click on the insurance adjuster tab above for more information on the adjuster license.

  • How do I get my Vermont 14-37 Damage Appraiser License?

    To obtain your Vermont 14-37 Damage Appraiser license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Vermont Damage Appraiser Licensing Requirements
    a. Be at least 18 years old
    b. Be deemed competent, trustworthy, financially responsible, and of good personal and business reputation
    c. Meet the experience requirement through one of the following:
    – Have 2 years of experience in loss appraisal
    – Have completed an approved training program
    – Employed by and subject to the supervision of an appraiser who has been licensed at least 3 years in Vermont

    2. While Vermont does not require a pre-licensing course, we recommend completing AdjusterPro’s Vermont Appraiser Exam Prep Course to ensure passing the state exam

    3. Register for and pass the Vermont Damage Appraiser Exam
    – Register online with Prometric

    4. Submit application and test score report electronically through NIPR

    5. Check to see if your license has been issued at Vermont License Status

    Additional licensing details are available on the Vermont Auto Damage Appraiser Info page.

    Vermont allows you to hold both an adjuster license and an auto appraiser license in order to handle both parts of an auto claim: the appraisal and the settlement. Click on the insurance adjuster tab above for more information.