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California Adjuster CE Rules
Before you can renew your individual or public adjuster license (May 31, 2016), Section 15059.1 of the California Insurance Code requires that you take 24 hours of approved continuing education, including 3 hours of ethics. We can help. We are California-approved provider #20537 and we have helped ten of thousands of California Agents easily meet their CE credit requirements since 1993. We are a local educators based in Temecula, CA offering a simple and affordable solution to all your CE needs.
California Earthquake Certification
According to Title 10, Chapter 5, Subchapter 7.5.1 of the California Code of Regulations, before you can handle earthquake claims in California you need to be certified and meet other requirements as well.
Out of State Adjusters Licensing
California does NOT have a reciprocal agreement with other states. I.E., you must have a resident or non-resident license to adjust claims in California. Read more from the links below:
License Renewal Fees
Renewal fees as quoted by the Department of Insurance:
Independent Adjusters – $283
Public Adjusters – $240
You should receive your renewal notice by email about 90 days before your current license expires. You will need to complete your continuing education and return your renewal fees back to the State prior to 5/31/16 or your actual license expiration date using the “renewal” link about. Note: We send your CE Credits to the State so you DO NOT need to send a copy of your course completion certificate. Important: You must be sure you have on file with the State and appropriate bond covering the next two-year renewal period (through 5/2016 or your actual license expiration date).