Frequently Asked Questions

Questions about independent insurance adjusting? About becoming licensed? How The Adjuster Guy works? We’re here to help.

Although most able-bodied adults can become a licensed independent insurance adjuster, it isn’t for everyone. We are looking for people who are willing to:

  • Be a self-starter, able to work without oversight.
  • Commit to our 90-Day Framework.
  • Put in the time it takes to gain experience and knowledge.
  • Learn and network with a community of other new and experienced adjusters.

Yes! Alan Olson, The Adjuster Guy, is certified by the Texas Department of Insurance with a Texas Department of Insurance Provider #141258, Online Texas All-Lines Adjuster Pre-Licensing Course #114400, Adjuster All-Lines Adjuster Pre-Licensing Course #119355.

Since 2008, Alan has become one of the top independent insurance adjusters in the country. Together with his wife Becky, they have successfully filed over 100,000 catastrophic, hail, cleanup, and day claims.

Enroll in the classroom or online Texas All-Lines Adjuster Courses. Complete the Examination with a 70 or above. Then, send your application with The Adjuster Guy certificate of completion and fingerprints to the Texas Department of Insurance within one year. 

Once received by the Texas Department of Insurance, they will issue you a Texas All-Lines Adjuster License.

Anyone who is a resident of Texas that wants to become an insurance adjuster.

  1. If you are a non-resident of Texas and you live in a state that does not require you to have an adjuster license, then you can get the Texas All-Lines Adjuster License and designate Texas as your home state. This allows you to be able to reciprocate your license in other licensing states. States that do not have require an adjuster license are Colorado, District of Columbia, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Maryland, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, Virginia, Wisconsin.
  2. If you are a non-resident of Texas and you live in a state that does require you to have an adjuster license, you will have to obtain your home state license before Texas will issue you a non-resident license.

No, they are the same. It is strictly preference in learning styles.

The Adjuster Guy will allow you up to 6 months from the date of purchase to complete the course and the Final Examination. In the event of course expiration, you will have to repurchase the course. Our course system will allow you to be able to resume where you left off so that you do not lose all of your information.

You have up to 3 attempts to pass the Final Examination. You must obtain a 70 to successfully pass the Final Examination.

You have the right to cancel your registration for any of The Adjuster Guy Online Courses prior to beginning the course by emailing admin@theadjusterguy.com.  The Adjuster Guy will refund the full enrollment fee minus a $50.00 administrative fee.

Please note that if email notification is given after you have begun the course, refunds WILL NOT be given.

Yes, in order to maintain your Texas All-Lines License, you must obtain 24 hours of Continuing Education, including two hours of ethics.

Once you have completed the course with a 70 or above, you will receive a certificate of completion from The Adjuster Guy and The Adjuster Guy will report all CE hours and exam completions to the Texas Department of Insurance.

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