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Thursday, March 05, 2020


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Sunday, December 22, 2019


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Friday, February 07, 2020


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Friday, May 24, 2019


Insurance Adjuster Act

California Senate Bill 240

SB 240, as amended, Dodd. Insurance Adjuster Act.

Existing law creates the Department of Insurance, headed by the Insurance Commissioner, and prescribes the department’s powers and duties. Existing law, the Insurance Adjuster Act, sets forth various requirements with respect to operation as an insurance adjuster in this state and prohibits a person from engaging in a business regulated by the act, or acting or assuming to act as, or representing themselves to be, an insurance adjuster unless the person is licensed under the act. Existing law also prohibits a person from falsely representing that the person is employed by a licensee. Existing law exempts a person from the requirements of the Insurance Adjuster Act if the person is employed exclusively and regularly by one employer, as specified, with which the person has an employer-employee relationship. If the commissioner declares an emergency situation, existing law authorizes a nonlicensed insurance adjuster to adjust claims if certain requirements are met, including that the nonlicensed insurance adjuster registers with the commissioner via a written letter naming the nonlicensed adjuster, identifying adjuster licenses held in other jurisdictions, and stating when the claims adjusting activity began in the emergency situation. Existing law requires an insurer to provide an insured with a written status report if the insurer assigns a 3rd or subsequent adjuster to be primarily responsible for a claim within a 6-month period.


Thursday, May 31, 2018


OKLAHOMA DOI decides to police the entire country for license compliance

OKLAHOMA DOI decides to police the entire country for license compliance.  Upon my recent submission for license renewal as a Non-Resident, the DOI rep Nicki has decided to question my standing with my home state of Nevada!  I am complete good standing with Nevada, and havre offered to provide a "Letter of Good Standing", which Nicki refused to accept. She is demanding my continuing education formal receipts. She refuses to accept any certificates issues by attending classes such as NFIP, Symbility, etc.  In a very rude 1970's condescending government attitude, she asked if she could just cancel my request, and keep the monies I've paid!  She said that she is just enforcing state statutes, and snottingly that I have 60 days to comply from her first response. REMEMBER, this was a Non Resident license.  I hope she can write estimates!!


Thursday, February 08, 2018


Study: State insurance licensing reciprocity benefits everyone

Source: insurancebusinessmag.com

A new study has found that the current system of licensing regulations for independent claims adjusters is causing more harm than help for the industry.

The study, entitled “Breaking Down Barriers” by Pacific Research Institute, found that the average claims adjuster holds between 10 and 12 different state licenses. This can set them back as much as $1,000 each. The study pointed out that these “costly, burdensome state requirements” make it more difficult for adjusters to operate across states, while driving up costs for consumers and limiting the opportunities for new adjusters.

At present, 34 states require independent adjusters to hold a license, the Association of Claims Professionals (ACP) reported.

Source: insurancebusinessmag.com 

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Monday, November 06, 2017


From fire to floods, recent natural disasters highlight the need for uniform claims adjustor licensing

Source: The Hill

"As the nation continues to recover from the damage caused by hurricanes, floods and fires from coast to coast, we are reminded yet again that unforeseen, life-changing disasters can strike at any time. After the initial chaos subsides, it’s only natural that those affected would want to move quickly to start rebuilding their lives.


For many, the first step is a call to the insurance company, who should be able to resolve claims promptly, offering timely financial assistance when it’s needed most. But unfortunately, a complicated patchwork of state laws governing claims adjusters provides exactly the opposite: an inefficient, time-consuming, and expensive process that fails to serve the needs of consumers in the wake of a disaster."


Monday, August 14, 2017


Bipartisan CLAIM Act Would Eliminate Consumer Barriers to Insurance Claims


Tuesday, August 08, 2017


CLAIM Act would allow for national independent adjuster licenses


Sunday, November 27, 2016


Arizona Department of Insurance

WHO MUST BE LICENSED?

You (individual or business entity) must be an Arizona-licensed adjuster in order to act as an adjuster or to hold yourself out to act as an adjuster unless the scope of your activities is limited to one or more of the following conditions (ARS § 20-321):


Wednesday, April 13, 2016


B-0033-15

ALIGNMENT OF LICENSE EXPIRATION DATES

"The Texas Department of Insurance is implementing the provisions of SB 876, 84th Legislature, Regular Session (2015) that concern the alignment of license expiration dates.  TDI will align individual licenses on January 14, 2016; entity licenses have already been aligned.  During the alignment, licensees may renew through Texas Online; however, Texas licensing services from Compliance Express and NIPR will be temporarily unavailable."

The Texas Department of Insurance is implementing the provisions of SB 876, 84th Legislature, Regular Session (2015) that concern the alignment of license expiration dates.  TDI will align individual licenses on January 14, 2016; entity licenses have already been aligned.  During the alignment, licensees may renew through Texas Online; however, Texas licensing services from Compliance Express and NIPR will be temporarily unavailable.

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Thursday, April 07, 2016


Alabama Proof Of Citizenship Requirement of Licensing

Source: Alabama Department of Insurance

For INITIAL Application: Effective December 15, 2015, ALL Individual Resident and Non-Resident Alabama applicants must submit proof of citizenship by clicking here before their license is issued. This will also apply to Amendments and Reinstatements.

Thursday, July 16, 2015


Unlicensed Adjuster Information for Insurers

Wind and Thunderstorm Event – July 12-14, 2015

Unlicensed Adjuster Information for Insurers
Wind and Thunderstorm Event – July 12-14, 2015
(Flooding, Hail, Tornadoes, Wind)
States: Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin and Possibly Other Areas
Catastrophe Serial No. 88


Companies sending unlicensed adjusters to Kentucky to assist with the claims from the wind and thunderstorm event July 12-14, must complete Form 8307 to register the unlicensed emergency adjusters with the Department of Insurance. The form must be completed and submitted by the insurer, not the individual adjuster or other entity. Form 8307 is submitted electronically through the insurer’s eServices account on our website at http://insurance.ky.gov. Click on the word eServices in the upper right corner to login. Insurers who do not have an eServices account should contact the Department’s Information Systems Help Desk at DOI.ISHelpDesk@ky.gov for assistance.

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