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Get Your Missouri Insurance Adjuster License

Missouri does not license insurance adjusters. For Missouri residents wanting to become a licensed independent adjuster, a nonresident Designated Home State (DHS) License can be obtained from Texas or Florida. We have the courses you need to fulfill your licensing requirements.

  1. Selecting a DHS: Choose a state that offers adjuster licensing. Texas is a common choice due to its comprehensive licensing program and wide acceptance under reciprocity agreements.
  2. Pre-Licensing Education: Enroll in a pre-licensing course. These courses, like the Texas All-Lines Pre-Licensing Course, cover a broad range of topics including insurance policies, adjuster ethics, and state-specific laws and regulations.
  3. Licensing Exam: After completing the course, pass the state-administered exam. This exam tests your understanding of the material covered in the course and ensures you have the necessary knowledge to perform as an adjuster.
  4. Fingerprinting and Background Check: This step is critical for verifying your identity and ensuring you have no disqualifying criminal history. It’s part of maintaining the integrity and trustworthiness of the insurance adjusting profession.
  5. Application Process: Submit your application for licensure in the DHS along with any required documents and fees. This application will include proof of your education, exam scores, and background check.

Benefits Of Getting Your License

  1. Job Opportunities: Most employers prefer or require candidates to have a license. This credential opens up more job opportunities, even in states that don’t mandate licensing.
  2. Client Trust: A license builds trust with clients. It demonstrates your commitment to professional standards and ethical practices in the industry.
  3. Professional Credibility: Being licensed enhances your credibility in the field. It shows that you have the necessary knowledge and skills to handle insurance claims competently.

Applicable Training Courses

The Texas All-Lines Pre-Licensing Course will prepare you to become licensed in Texas and all the states that offer reciprocity. Click here to learn more and register for this course.

FAQ

Q. What Should I Do To Become a Missouri Insurance Adjuster?

A. Get a Texas All-Lines Insurance Adjusters License  with Texas as your “Designated Home State”. Since there is no such thing as a Missouri Insurance Adjuster License, you should get a license in a state such as Texas that allows you to get a “Designated Home State” license if you are from a state that offers no licensing.

Q. How do I become licensed in the state of Texas?

A. Here are the steps you need to take:

  • Complete the Texas All-Lines Pre-Licensing Class
  • Get fingerprints to submit with your application.
  • Complete the Texas application choosing Texas as your “Designated Home State”.
  • Submit the application to state with:

Q. How do I contact the Missouri Department of Insurance?

A. Their contact info is as follows:

Being a Licensed Insurance Adjuster in Missouri

The average salary of a new insurance adjuster in Missouri is about $42,000 to $49,000, according to Indeed and Salary.Com. This can be expected to increase as the adjuster earns more experience and cultivates a good reputation in the field. Independent adjusters tend to make more.

As an adjuster in Missouri, you should be prepared to investigate weather-damaged areas that have been flooded, ravaged by tornadoes, or damaged by hail and thunderstorms.

Missouri Insurance Adjuster Statistics

  • Average Insurance Adjuster Salary(according to Glassdoor): $49,462 
  • Number of Insurance Adjusters in Missouri (according to Claims Pages): 14,892
  • Total Incurred Losses in Missouri 2019: $10,857,321,000
  • Property/Casualty Damage: $5,302,132,000
  • Total Wildfires: 105 (Acres Burned: 5,607)
  • According to Ground Zero Shelters, Missouri sees an average of 45 tornadoes per year.

2021 Training Has Everything You Need from Start to Finish

When you’ve made the decision to become a licensed insurance adjuster in Texas, 2021 is here to help you get started! A Florida or Texas All-Lines Insurance Adjuster License will allow you to work in multiple states, including Missouri, giving you many opportunities to advance your career.

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