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Texas Adjuster Licensing
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Getting your Texas adjuster license is easy with AdjusterPro. Our online pre-licensing course includes the online state exam and satisfies all state requirements. No additional coursework or testing is needed. Offered 100% online, our program allows you to complete your training anywhere, anytime.

  • Adjuster Essentials Pre-Licensing

    Students need only complete our Texas All-lines pre-licensing course and pass the included state adjuster exam for licensure. No additional coursework or testing is required.

    • Texas All-lines 40-hr pre-licensing course
      • Texas adjuster exam
      • Printable PDFs and glossary
      • Practice exams
      • Online proctoring option at no additional charge


  • Total Adjuster Package Pre-Licensing + Xactimate

    Save hundreds of dollars with our Total Adjuster Package. This bundle goes beyond the state-required course and exam to offer vital training on Xactimate, the industry’s leading software. Along with courses that will teach you how to find work, inspect and close a claim, and roofing basics…it’s everything you need to kick start a successful career.

    • Texas All-lines 40-hr pre-licensing course
      • Texas adjuster exam
      • Printable PDFs and glossary
      • Practice exams
      • Online proctoring option at no additional charge
    • Tactical Xactimate Training – Live Webinar
      • The most important skill new adjusters must acquire
    • Roof Adjusting 101 course
    • *NEW* Adjuster Success Method course


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  • Adjuster Success Method – Series 1

    Veteran adjusters share best practices for getting hired, what tools you’ll need to get the job done, and explain what to expect and how to successfully close your first claims in this one-of-a-kind new training course.



  • Texas P&C Adjuster Pre-Licensing

    Complete our Texas Property & Casualty adjuster pre-licensing course and pass the included state adjuster exam for licensure. No additional coursework or testing is required.

    • Texas P&C adjuster pre-licensing course
      • Texas adjuster exam
      • Printable PDFs and glossary
      • Practice exams




“The course was easy to navigate and helped you learn what you need to pass the adjuster’s exam. I highly recommend anyone who wants to get licensed take the AdjusterPro classes.

David Denais, Florida


  • What is the difference between an independent adjuster and a staff adjuster?

    Independent Adjusters generally work for Independent Adjusting Firms. They go wherever they are needed on a contracted basis. You may get ‘deployed’ for a month to a disaster zone, then have that contract re-upped multiple times and end up staying for 8 months. Where an independent adjuster lives really has no bearing on where he works – which can be a great benefit as you can live where you want rather than where the jobs are. An adjuster may live in Iowa, contract with an Independent Adjusting Firm in Texas, and get deployed to Florida to work claims. As contractors, independent adjusters work for themselves and can take deployments when and where they want. But the most successful adjusters gain the trust of their IA Firm employers by being willing to go when and where they are needed most at any given time.

    Staff Adjusters are salaried employees of the insurance carrier. While they may still travel, it is usually much less frequent and only within a specific region. Staff adjusters have steady, reliable work from their carrier which is great for those who may need to stay close to home. But there is an exchange for this benefit as compensation is usually lower than what independent adjusters receive.

  • What is the difference between All-lines and P&C adjusters?

    The basic difference lies in which types of insurance you have the authority to handle claims for. The all-lines adjuster license includes property and casualty (P&C) for residential, commercial, automobile, farm & ranch, inland marine, ocean marine, as well as workers’ comp insurance. The P&C license covers all of the above, with the exception of workers’ comp. So to put it plainly, all-lines includes workers’ comp and P&C does not.

    For those who want a more detailed look, let’s review each type of insurance:

    Residential – property used primarily for dwelling
    Commercial – property used for business, recreation, worship, etc (not for dwelling)
    Auto – cars, motorcycles, and covered vehicles used for non-commercial transport
    Farm & Ranch – dwelling, outbuildings, barns, animals, equipment, crops in storage (crops in the field typically require separate crop insurance)
    Inland Marine – commercial trucks in transit and their cargo; docks, piers, bridges
    Ocean Marine – sea vessels and their cargo (the first type of insurance as we know it today)
    Workers’ Comp – employees injured while on the job

    So which license do you need? We recommend the All-Lines adjuster license because it certifies you to handle more lines of insurance and represents the most comprehensive license available. And while you may only handle residential or auto, you won’t be restricted to doing so because of your license.

  • How do I get a Texas Adjuster License?

    To obtain your Texas adjuster license, complete the following steps:

    1. Meet the basic Texas Adjuster Licensing Requirements

      • Be at least 18 years or older
      • Be a United States citizen or legal alien who possesses a work authorization from the US Immigration and Naturalization Services

    2. Complete the required Texas Pre-licensing Course with state exam through AdjusterPro for the requested line of authority:

      • Texas All Lines Adjuster Pre-licensing
      • Texas Property & Casualty Adjuster Pre-licensing

    3. Process and submit Fingerprints according to the instructions on the Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) Fingerprint Requirements page

    4. Submit the application through Sircon

    5. Check to see if your license has been issued at TDI License Search

    See additional licensing details, including non-resident information, on the TDI Licensing Resources page and TDI Licensing FAQ. Or read complete licensing and compliance instructions in our How to Become an Insurance Adjuster in Texas article.


  • What are the total licensing fees for Texas?

    • AdjusterPro Course with State Exam: $279
    • License Application Fee: $50
    • Fingerprinting Fee: $70
    • License Renewal Fee: $50
  • Military veterans may be eligible for adjuster exam reimbursement

    Military veterans who passed any Texas insurance exam since early 2019 can now get reimbursed for the fee. Veterans may seek reimbursement of exam fees going back to February 1, 2019. To do so, apply to the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs.

    In addition, the Texas Department of Insurance also makes it easier for active-duty military members and spouses to work as insurance agents or adjusters in Texas. TDI will also waive the application fees for military spouses who have an insurance license in another state. When they apply for their Texas license, they simply need to provide proof of Texas residency, their military identification, and their insurance credentials from their home state.

    While Texas fees are covered as part of an agreement between the VA and TDI, some exam or licensing fees for other state adjuster licenses may also qualify for reimbursement. Please visit VA How to Use Benefits page to learn more or contact them to see if your licensing exam or fees may qualify.

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  • What does reciprocity look like for Texas?

    Texas grants reciprocal licenses to adjusters who are licensed in their home state or who hold a Designated Home State (DHS) license, as long as that state grants reciprocal licenses to Texas adjusters. CA, HI, and NY do not offer reciprocal licenses to Texas adjusters. 

    To see what states will offer reciprocal licensing privileges to Texas adjusters, visit our Reciprocity Map and select Texas. ​

  • Texas Department of Insurance Contact Information


    Mailing Address:
    Texas Department of Insurance
    Agent & Adjuster Licensing Office
    PO Box 149104
    Austin, TX 78714-9104

    Phone: 512-676-6500
    Fax: 512-490-1029

  • Why should I choose AdjusterPro?

    Our team is passionate about providing the best insurance training courses and online classroom experience in the industry. We are committed to helping you succeed at every step of your adjusting career.

    At AdjusterPro, we believe in serving our customers with transparency, honesty, and adhering to the Golden Rule, treating others as we would want to be treated.

    Building our company upon these principles, here are a few other ways we differentiate from the competition:

    • We offer over 170 courses – the most comprehensive catalog in the country
    • Our simple, engaging online training was created to help you comprehend and retain information
    • Keeping your license compliant is simple with our convenient continuing education courses
    • You’ll receive honest answers from our dedicated (real-people) customer engagement team
    • 50 states strong: we offer a path to licensing for every state
    • Over 50,000 people have trained with us
    • 8 of the country’s top 10 insurance carriers train with AdjusterPro
    • 98.4% customer satisfaction rating
    • AdjusterPro is more than just online courses. We’re the nation’s go-to resource for all things adjuster. Whether it’s licensing, reciprocity, CE, networking, tips of the trade, or career advice, we’ve got you covered.

    Whether you are just starting to explore the insurance claims industry, a Fortune 500 company, or are a veteran adjuster looking for additional training, we are here to help you reach your goals and achieve success.