ADJUSTER LICENSING RECIPROCITY & DESIGNATED HOME STATE INFORMATION

RECIPROCAL ADJUSTER LICENSE

WebCE is excited to offer adjuster licensing courses for Texas and Florida. Our adjuster licensing courses allow you to prepare for and complete your adjuster licensing exam entirely online. Once the state of Texas or Florida issues your adjuster license, you can apply for licenses in more than 30 other states that offer a reciprocal license.  This means you can be licensed in multiple states with just one online course and exam! Please check with the appropriate department of insurance for the respective state(s) you intend to be licensed in order to confirm current reciprocity and application requirements

DESIGNATED HOME STATES

Adjusters who live in a state that does not license adjusters can receive a non-resident license by claiming a designated home state. Florida and Texas allow licensees to claim either state as their designated home state. This means that out-of-state adjusters can apply for a resident license in Florida or Texas. Once you are issued a Florida or Texas adjuster license, you can apply for non-resident licenses in any state with reciprocal agreements.

TX Adjuster Licensing Requirements    FL Adjuster Licensing Requirements



STATES WITH RECIPROCAL LICENSES AVAILABLE 

Once the state of Texas or Florida issues you an Adjuster license, you may then apply for licenses in more than 30 other states that offer a reciprocal license!

STATES THAT ACCEPT TEXAS AND FLORIDA ADJUSTER DESIGNATED HOME STATE LICENSE 

The following states accept Texas and Florida Designated Home State Licenses (licensee does not reside in either TX or FL and has designated either TX or FL as their "Designated Home State").

STATES THAT DO NOT OFFER ADJUSTER LICENSE 

The following states do not have an adjuster licensing requirement.

  • Colorado
  • District of Columbia
  • Illinois
  • ​Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Missouri
  • Nebraska
  • New Jersey
  • North Dakota
  • Ohio
  • Pennsylvania
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
  • Virginia
  • Wisconsin
Non-resident licensing fees, procedures and reciprocity rules are subject to change at any time. Please check with the Department of Insurance for the respective state(s) for which you intend to be licensed in order to confirm current application requirements and individual state information.