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A licensing, training, and membership community for independent insurance adjusters.

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Access to industry
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Network of
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Becoming licensed is just the starting point

You want the freedom that comes with being an independent adjuster, but to create a successful business you must:

This is frustrating, leaving you wondering if you have what it takes. The good news? You don’t have to grow your independent insurance adjuster business alone.

A Different Approach

We’re The Adjuster Guy, a licensing, training, and membership community created just for independent insurance adjusters.

Online and in-person, obtain your Texas All-Lines Adjuster License Certification—available for all US citizens.

Our exclusive LicensingPlus class goes beyond licensing and includes our 90-Day Build an Adjuster Business Framework and 6-months access to our Community.

Get a solid foundation of knowledge or expand on your existing skills with our ongoing training, designed to help you reach your goals.

Maintain your license or get trained on new technologies, techniques, processes, and other topics.

Offered online, in-person, and through field training, we offer classes throughout the year.

Even for seasoned adjusters, it’s common to face problems unique to our industry.

Our private community gets you access to exclusive videos, tips, tricks, how-to’s, networking opportunities, regional meet-ups, and a forum for questions—monitored by industry expert Alan Olson.

If you’re struggling with growing your business, have specific questions, need industry advice, or need an expert to bounce ideas off of, meet with one of our Certified TAG Experts for one-on-one consulting.

"Do I need a license from Texas to be an insurance adjuster?"

Licenses are provided by and managed by each state, with some states not requiring a license.

As an independent insurance adjuster, you want to hold as many state licenses as you can.  This allows you to be deployed throughout the United States at a moment’s notice.  

IT'S GOOD TO MEET YOU

We’re Alan and Becky Olson

As one of the top independent insurance adjusters in the country, Alan has successfully handled thousands of hail, wind, fire, water, and theft claims from residential to commercial. Becky manages the business side of the company. Together they handle day-to-day claim volume as well as the most severe levels of catastrophic claims.

Over the past 9 years, our two-person team has learned one thing: there is no shortcut to success.

We saw so many people get frustrated, leaving them wondering if they have what it takes. It’s why we created TheAdjusterGuy.com.

We go beyond licensing to teach you what you need to know and give you the tools, resources, and ongoing support to reach your goals.

We’re looking forward to helping you on your journey,
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It doesn’t matter if you’re brand new to adjusting or a veteran, take one of our licensing classes and get started.

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Our proven step-by-step plan and network of industry professionals helps you along the way.

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With hard work, a focused strategy, ongoing learning, and a network of partnerships, you’ve got this.

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Adjustments in Life Podcast

A podcast designed for anyone in or connected to the world of insurance adjusting. From industry experts to seasoned veterans, we bring the latest tips, information, and news.

Top 5 things all IAs should avoid: Adjustments in Life Podcast (E 16)

In this episode, Alan and co-host Jason Dyson discuss and breakdown their top 5 things all independent adjusters should avoid doing on their first deployment.  During Alan and Jason’s combined 30 years of experience in the industry, they have seen lots of new adjusters fail on their first deployments. These top  5 things to avoid could have changed the outcome of those failed deployments. Listen in, this information could be just what you need!

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Is adjusting fit for a family?: Adjustments in Life Podcast (E 15)

In this episode, Alan’s guest is his real life better half, Becky Olson. Together they share how they were able to be successful in this industry all while traveling and working with their five kids on the road. They also discuss the importance of your spouse knowing and understanding the daily life of being on deployment. Can this career work for a family? Listen to find out.

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