Alabama Adjuster Licensing (P&C, WC, Crop) - Online
Alabama adjuster licensing from the comfort of home.
AdjusterPro's 100% online Alabama Adjuster PreLicensing & Exam represents the most convenient and affordable way to become a licensed Alabama adjuster. In just a few minutes you can begin your coursework and be on your way!
Licensing Course Contents
As educational partners with All-Lines Training, you will be treated to an unsurpassed educational experience. Not only will you pass our exam with flying colors, you will also gain a practical working knowledge of claims adjusting from instructors who have been on rooftops.
Per TDI Requirements, the All-Lines Adjuster Course covers the following topics of instruction:
- Insurance Terms and Concepts
- Personal Lines Coverages (Homeowner's Policies Form A, B, C)
- Commercial Lines
- Automobile Coverages
- Inland Marine
- Ocean Marine
- Marketing Practices
- Standard Fire Policy
- Adjuster Bonds
- Additional Coverages, Exclusions, and Extensions
- Adjuster Practices
- Adjuster Licensing Requirements
- Worker's Compensation
Note: Topics are presented within the context of real-life claim situations.
Licensing Course Exam:
The 150 question, multiple-choice exam is administered at the end of the third day of class. You must correctly answer at least 70% of the questions to pass the exam. 99% of students will pass the exam on the first try. In the event that you do not pass the exam on the first try, you will be given tutoring and may retake the exam up to two more times at no additional charge.
Texas: Dallas & Houston; Louisiana: New Orleans
How do I get a Texas insurance adjuster license?
A. AdjusterPro offers the Texas Adjuster pre-licensing course in both classroom and online settings. These courses, which also satisfy the exam requirement, fulfill all obligations for obtaining your Texas Adjuster License.
Bottom line: Register today for your classroom licensing by calling (214) 606-8370 or click here to register for online licensing!
Why is this particular adjuster license important?
A. The Texas Insurance Adjuster License is among the adjusting industry's most sought after license - for Texas residents and non-residents alike. Extremely versatile, this insurance license is reciprocal with more states than any other state license. This allows a Texas licensed insurance adjuster to work in a wide geographical range without having to observe other states' standard insurance licensing procedures. Perhaps more importantly, Texas allows candidates for licensure to take approved pre-licensing courses rather than the conventional state insurance adjuster exam. State exams are notoriously difficult while pre-licensing courses are designed to be as "student friendly" as possible.
Bottom line: The Texas Insurance Adjuster License is the best in the business.
What is the license and what kind of claims will it allow me handle?
A. The Texas All-Lines Insurance Adjuster License (offered in our classroom course) is a two-year, renewable insurance license issued to those people who have passed:
- their Texas adjuster pre-licensing course or
- their adjuster licensing exam (administered by Thompson-Prometric).
With this license, adjusters are certified to work residential, commercial, automobile, farm and ranch, inland marine, ocean, and worker's compensation claims. The Texas Property and Casualty Adjuster License (offered in our online Virtual University) differs only in that it does not qualify adjusters to handle worker's compensation claims. The Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) stipulates 30 hours of (continuing education units (CEUs) for adjusters per 2 year period.
Bottom line: The Texas Insurance Adjuster License allows an adjuster to work any type of property claim.
Who needs the Texas Adjuster License?
A. If you are resident of Texas and you wish to become an insurance adjuster, this is the license for you. If you are a non-resident of Texas but live in a state that does not have an adjuster license requirement (states listed below), this is the license for you. If you live in a state that does have a license requirement, this is still an excellent license to hold, but AdjusterPro recommends you obtain your home state's license first.
Bottom line: The Texas Adjuster Insurance License is a must for residents of Texas and highly benefical to non-residents.