“Insurance adjusting” or “adjusting” means directing the investigation, negotiation, or settlement of a claim under an insurance policy, on behalf of an insurer, policyholder, or a claimant under an insurance policy.
- Company adjuster means a person employed by an insurer whose regular duties include insurance adjusting.
- Independent adjuster means an insurance adjuster required to be licensed under 31A-26-201, who engages in insurance adjusting as a representative of insurers.
- Public adjuster means a person required to be licensed under 31A-26-201, who engages in insurance adjusting as a representative of insureds and claimants under insurance policies.
Licensing: To qualify for an adjuster license, you must take and pass the appropriate exam. Fingerprinting is required for resident adjusters. *For non-resident adjusters, please see Non-Resident Adjuster Licensing Procedures.