FLORIDA CLAIMS ADJUSTER CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL (CACP) PROGRAM

FLORIDA ALL-LINES ADJUSTER LICENSE QUALIFICATION COURSE

Florida All-Lines Adjuster license candidates can receive their license by completing WebCE's Claims Adjuster Certified Professional (CACP) online designation program course. Applicants receive the CACP designation upon the successful completion of the CACP 40-hour All-Lines Adjuster course. Florida license candidates can complete their adjuster licensing course and course final exam entirely online without having to step foot in a classroom or take the state licensing exam.


License candidates who complete the 40-hour Florida All-Lines Adjuster course and earn their CACP designation can attach their CACP certificate to the All-Lines Adjuster license application. The WebCE CACP designation is approved by the Florida Division of Insurance Agent and Agency Services and exempts insurance professionals applying for the Florida 6-20, 7-20, or 70-20 All-Lines Adjuster licenses from needing to take the state license exam. The CACP course can be used by Florida residents applying for a 6-20 All-Lines Adjuster license and non-residents applying for 7-20 and 70-20 All Lines Adjuster licenses.


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WHAT STATES OFFER RECIPROCAL ADJUSTER LICENSES TO FLORIDA ADJUSTERS?

Once you hold your FL 6-20 Resident Adjuster License or FL 70-20 Designated Home State Adjuster License, you can apply for and receive reciprocal adjuster licenses in over 25 states and territories without taking that states' adjuster exam or completing any required pre-license education. Non-residents can also claim Florida as their designated home state with a FL 70-20 license and take advantage of these same benefits.


STATES WITH FLORIDA RECIPROCAL ADJUSTER LICENSE AGREEMENTS
Alabama Arkansas Connecticut
Delaware Florida Idaho
Indiana Kentucky Louisiana
Maine Michigan Minnesota
Mississippi Montana Nevada
New Hampshire New Mexico North Carolina
Oklahoma Oregon Puerto Rico
Rhode Island South Carolina Utah
Washington West Virginia Wyoming

WHAT IS A DESIGNATED HOME STATE?

Adjusters who live in a state not offering adjuster licensure can receive a non-resident license by claiming a different state which does license adjusters as their designated home state (DHS). Florida allows insurance professionals in other states without adjuster licensure to claim Florida as their designated home state. This means out-of-state insurance professionals can apply for and receive a 70-20 Non-Resident Designated Home State Adjuster License in Florida. Once you are issued your Florida 70-20 DHS adjuster license, you can apply for non-resident licenses in any state which accepts Florida as a DHS or has a reciprocal agreement. Please check with the Florida Division of Insurance Agent and Agency Services to confirm the latest application and license requirements.


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