How can you become a non-resident Florida adjuster?

Answer In order to become a non-resident Florida claims adjuster an applicant must: 1. Be at least 18 years old; 2. Hold an adjuster license in the applicant's home state (if the home state requires lic... Read More »

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How to Become a Florida Resident?

If you intend to make Florida your new home, you need to take a few legal steps that prove your commitment to living in the state. These steps will allow you to vote in Florida, get a new driver's ... Read More »

How to Become a Public Adjuster?

Public adjusters (or public insurance adjusters) provide assistance to insurance policyholders when it comes to preparing, filing and adjusting insurance claims. They are self-employed and work for... Read More »

How to Become a General Adjuster?

General adjusters are also known as claim adjusters and are responsible for handling the insurance claims filed after damage to a home or car after an accident. These adjusters investigate a claim ... Read More »

How do I become an insurance adjuster?

Insurance adjusters review insurance claims and supporting materials, such as police and hospital reports, witness accounts, expert opinions, photographs and exam property covered under an insuranc... Read More »