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Adjuster - Workers' Compensation

Licensees may investigate, adjust, supervise the handling of, or settle workers' compensation claims, including claims arising from services provided through a certified workers' compensation health care network, on behalf of an administrator or on behalf of an insurance carrier.

Number of Licenses as of 8/31/14 3,379
Exam Requirement Pearson VUE or TDI-approved course
Exam Exemptions Expired for more than 90 days but less than one year; non-residents of reciprocal states; you have completed a course or training program within the past 12 months in adjusting losses as prescribed and approved by TDI or if you hold CPCU or AIC designation
Exam Code & Fee InsTX-WCAdj32 / $48 or course cost
License Fee $50 (Adjusters may add an additional authority to the license without submitting a new application or application fee)
Continuing Education 24 hours/2 years, of which 2 hours must be Ethics. 50% of the hours must be classroom or classroom equivalent.
Renewal Fee $50
Late Fee $25
Prerequisite / Training No
Statutory Authority TIC 4101.001 / TAC 19.601 - 19.603
Reciprocal Yes
Temporary License No

Continuing Education Required Hour Changes

For all licenses issued or renewing on and after September 1, 2015, which formerly required 30 hours of continuing education (CE) during each license period, only 24 hours of continuing education is required for each license period.  Licenses expiring before September 1, 2015, will have to complete 30 hours of CE.

Continuing Education Requirements for Renewal

For all licenses issued or renewing on and after November 1, 2015, completion of the 24 hours of CE is required for a licensee to renew his license.  If a licensee does not complete the 24 hours of CE before the expiration date of the license, the licensee will have 90 days to complete the deficient number of hours and pay a fine of $50 per deficient hour.  If these two conditions are not met within 90 days of the license expiring, the license will be inactivated, and the licensee will have to apply for a new license.  A new license will not be granted until the deficient CE hours are completed and the fine is paid.  In order to ensure that there is no delay in renewing a license, license holders are encouraged to complete CE hours at least 30 days before the license expires to allow time for the CE provider to report the successful completion of the course(s) to TDI.

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Last updated: 09/02/2015

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