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Emergency Adjuster

Applies to all adjuster license types except public insurance adjuster.

Exam Exemption Yes
License Fee $20
Emergency License Duration 90 Days
Continuing Education No
Renewal Fee N/A
Late Fee N/A
Prerequisite / Training Emergency Adjuster- (90 day license - Must provide copy of official notice of the catastrophe or emergency.)
Statutory Authority

TIC § 4101.101

TIC § 4101.002

Emergency Adjusters in Texas

  • In the event of a catastrophe, an emergency adjuster license may be issued to residents or nonresidents of Texas who may or may not be otherwise licensed adjusters. This does not apply to public insurance adjusters.
  • To apply: Complete Parts I, II, and IX of the application. Fingerprints aren’t required. There is a $20 fee.
  • The emergency license will remain in force for 90 days with an allowable 90-day extension.
  • Emergency adjusters must be sponsored by a licensed adjuster or sponsoring company.
  • Emergency adjuster applications are processed on the day received, ahead of all other applications.
  • Applications, license status, and the status of individual licensees are available at www.tdi.texas.gov. The application for licensing is available at www.tdi.texas.gov/forms/finagentlicense/FIN506.pdf.
  • Emergency adjusters are not required to receive a Texas license before beginning work. An employer must submit an application for the emergency adjuster no later than the fifth day after the date on which the person begins work as an emergency adjuster.

 

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Last updated: 09/01/2017

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