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Texas All-Lines Insurance Adjuster Pre-Licensing Course

Texas All-Lines Adjuster License

  Getting your Texas All-Lines Insurance Adjuster License is the first step to becoming an insurance adjuster. Our Texas All-Lines Adjuster Pre-Licensing course is led by top tier working adjusters.

The Texas All-Lines Adjuster License is the adjusting industry's preferred license - for Texas residents and non-residents. Most companies require the Texas All-Lines License for placement on their rosters.

Our 3 day Texas Adjuster Pre-licensing course with exam satisfies all Texas Department of Insurance requirements for obtaining your Texas All-Lines insurance adjuster license. With highly experienced adjusters leading the class, you will gain extra knowledge to take to the field for your first insurance claim.

Once you complete this course and pass the exam you are then eligible to apply for your Texas All-lines Adjuster License. You will also be able to apply for all states adjuster license with no additional courses or testing. Just send in the application and the fee.

No additional courses or tests necessary  

At Adjuster Training Solutions we are so confident in our teaching methods that we guarantee you will pass the licensing exam or we will provide you with a personal coach and let you take the exam again for free!

Adjuster Training Solutions is proud to offer this truly all inclusive Texas All-Lines Adjuster Pre-Licensing course.
  • We will provide you with all the applications and forms you will need to get your Texas All-Lines insurance Adjuster License.
  • Your text books and course materials are also included at no additional charge.
  • The exam will be administered to you at the end of class free of charge.

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Over 30 States Give Reciprocity to the Texas All-Lines License

Reciprocity is the arrangement whereby a state will recognize the validity of another state's license and issue their own license accordingly. You are not required to take a course or exam.  If you hold a Texas license you can merely submit your application to those states.

States That Recognize the Texas Adjuster License

Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Utah, Vermont, Washington, West Virginia, Wyoming, Colorado, District of Columbia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maryland, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, Virginia, and Wisconsin.

License Requirements for Texas Adjusters

To become a licensed insurance adjuster in Texas, individuals must:

  • Be 18 years of age or more.
  • Be a United States citizen or legal alien who possesses a work authorization from the US Immigration  and Naturalization Service.
  • Take a certified adjuster pre-licensing course, or Successfully complete the Thomson-Prometric State Exam
  • If a non-resident applicant holds a license in another state that allows Texas adjusters to operate within their jurisdiction, that applicant does not need to take the state exam or pre-licensing course.
Adjusters holding an AIC (Associate in Claims) or CPCU (Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriter) are not required to pass the state exam or take a pre-licensing course.

The Texas All-Lines Insurance Adjuster License (course #91917) offered by Adjuster Training Solutions is for a two-year, renewable insurance license issued to those people who have passed their Texas adjuster pre-licensing course and exam.

With this license, adjusters are certified to work catastrophic, residential, commercial, automobile, farm and ranch, inland marine, ocean, and worker's compensation claims.

The Texas All Lines Adjuster License is the industry standard for Catastrophic Insurance Claims Adjusters.

What do Adjusters do?

Independent Adjusters typically are deployed in a "rapid response" fashion. They are expected to be able to respond within 48 hours of contact. Property Adjusters work with policyholders to assess the damage, determine what is covered by the Insured's policy and issue the correct payment on behalf of the insurance company. Adjuster Firms expect their adjusters to be well versed in the following:

  • Scheduling appointments
  • Writing a scope of loss or estimate
  • Properly photographing and documenting the entire process
  • Computer Skills
  • Providing excellent customer service

Customer Service

Handling insurance claims is a customer service business, this is the most important aspect of the job to most employers. Policyholders are the clients of the insurance companies. You will be expected to represent the insurance carrier well while their client is suffering a loss.


Texas All-Lines Adjuster Pre-licensing
Adjuster Training Solutions

Texas Dept. of Insurance Provider #33972
Course #91917
3 Days / 30 hours classroom / 10 hours self study

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