TEXAS ALL-LINES ADJUSTOR LICENSE TRAINING (ONLINE)
This is a 100% online pre-license training course for the Texas All-Lines Adjuster License Training.
We guarantee that you will pass the Texas All-Lines Adjuster Exam.
If for some reason you don’t pass on your first try, we will provide you with a coach and allow you to take the final exam again — at no additional charge.
Regardless if your state requires a license to adjust and settle claims or not, most likely you’ll want to obtain your Texas All-Lines Adjuster License as it is the most comprehensive and reciprocal license in the U.S. The Texas All-Lines Adjuster License allows an adjuster to work on most types of property, both personal and commercial, and auto claims.
It also allows you to handle worker compensation claims (whereas the Texas Property and Casualty Adjuster License does not). You will also be able to handle homeowner, personal, and commercial auto (including cars, trucks, motorcycles, RV’s, etc.), commercial property and buildings, as well as farm equipment, ranches, inland marine (courier, trucker’s cargo, contractor’s equipment), ocean marine (maritime cargo), and workers compensation claims, and more. Texas All Lines means All Lines of Insurance able to be sold, and therefore, adjusted by anyone holding this license.
This online course is a pre-license course designed to prepare you to pass the exam for your Texas All-Lines Adjuster License, and set you up for success as an adjuster.
Your path to adjusting success
- Obtain your All Lines License from the Texas Department of Insurance
- Increase your career longevity by acquiring additional certifications, such as:
Xactimate 28 (Levels I and II) 3-Day Course (Vital)
Adjuster 101, Train to Adjust and Adjust to Succeed (Highly Recommended)
Adjuster 2SS – Rope and Harness Training (For Serious, Career-Minded Adjusters)
A special notice from TDI (September 2012)
The State of Texas will only issue non-resident licenses to individuals who already hold their home state’s license, if they are a resident of a licensing state. Texas also allows non-residents who live in non-resident licensing states to designate Texas as their home state.