Texas Pre-Licensing Insurance – Adjust U

Texas Adjuster All-Lines Pre-Licensing Course

Provider #88969 | Course ID# 125408

Are you ready to kickstart an exciting new career as a Property & Casualty Adjuster? Ready to get your Texas state adjuster license? Ready to make important connections while readying yourself for the adjuster pre-licensing test?

It is not easy to become a licensed adjuster in Texas but the Texas All-Lines Pre-Licensing Course is the most reciprocal of all the state adjuster licenses. You must first pass a 150-question exam with a 70% score in less than 180 minutes and then you will qualify to receive the Texas all-lines adjuster license, reciprocal in 30 other US states. The Adjust U Texas All-Lines Pre-License Course will prepare you for success. Our course is a 40-hour course – 10 hours of self-study, followed by three days of in-person classroom instruction taught by one of America’s top trainers. The class is approved by the Texas Department of Insurance (TDI).

Take the Texas license test in class!

A TDI-approved test is administered after the class. Pass the Adjust U in-class test and you are exempt from taking the state-administered test. Pass the test and then apply for a Texas all-lines adjuster license.

Whether you are interested in field adjusting or desk adjusting, working directly for a carrier or as an independent adjuster, the insurance adjuster journey begins here with the Texas Adjuster Pre-Licensing Class.

If you live in Texas or one of the following states – Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Maryland, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, Virginia, or Wisconsin – property adjusting may be the new career you have been searching for! Successful property adjusters will consistently make over $100,000 per year and still have more downtime than most jobs you can find.

Completing the Adjust U 40-hour Texas Adjuster Pre-License Course will qualify you to apply for the Texas All-Lines Adjuster License without having to take the exam administered by the state. The student will take a test at the end of the third day of classroom training. Successful competition of the course and passing the Adjust U administered test will exempt the student from the state exam and allow the successful student to apply for their Texas Insurance License!

The course will discuss policies, including Homeowner, Condominium, Commercial, and Auto. Other topics include Adjuster Responsibilities, Marketing, Flood Policy, Inland and Ocean Marine, and many more. Why take the Texas Pre-License Course from Adjust U? Experience and Relationships.

Instructor Experience

Another huge advantage of taking a course from Adjust U is the relationship Adjust U has with Mid-America Catastrophe Services. Mid-America Catastrophe is the parent company of Adjust U and many Adjust U graduates have the opportunity to start their career off a deployment with Mid America. Mid-America is one of the fastest-growing vendor companies in the country and Adjust U helps feed Mid-America the talent it needs to fuel its growth.

Your Instructor – Jonathan Rice

Adjust U’s Texas Adjuster Pre-Licensing Class is taught by our Vice President of Adjust U and Vice President of Training & Development for Mid-America Catastrophe Services

Jonathan Rice XCT. Jonathan Rics is an Xactimate Certified Trainer with more than 30 years of experience as a teacher and more than 15 years of experience teaching insurance adjusters how to succeed at one of the country’s most exciting and alluring careers. No one takes a deeper dive into insurance adjusting than Jonathan. No one prepares you better for the Texas adjuster licensing class than Jonathan. No one does more to ensure your success and make sure you pass the exam than Jonathan. Jonathan and Adjust U have a 5-star Google review rating average. Below is what one satisfied customer wrote:

Jonathan Rice is a fantastic teacher. At 54 years old, I needed to be taught in person. The virtual classes I took were just not working. I was able to accomplish more in two days with Mr. Rice than in any other course that I tried. He makes learning Xactimate fun and exciting. Anyone in the adjusting field no matter how many years of experience they have would benefit from one of Jonathan‘s classes. It’s absolutely positive learning experience!!

Richard M

The Texas adjuster licensing test is no joke – and no walk in the park. Don’t risk taking it alone at home without the proper support. Learning in a live, in-person, interactive, supportive environment is much more effective. Take just three days to change your life forever. Sign up for Adjust U’s Texas adjuster licensing course today! Don’t delay. Seats fill up fast. Reserve your exclusive spot in this life-changing course!

Why should you get your Texas All Lines Adjuster License?

If you are a Texas Resident and you want to work as an Insurance adjuster and you are a Texas resident, you are required to have this license Suppose you are a resident of a state that does not require an adjuster license like Colorado, the District of Columbia, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Maryland, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Dakota, South Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, and Wisconsin. In that case, your state does not require a license but you can designate Texas as your “Home State” and still enjoy the benefits of reciprocity.

If you are a resident of a state that grants reciprocity ….

Your Texas All Lines Adjuster license is recognized and you’ll only need to apply for your adjuster license using your Texas All Lines Adjuster Credentials.


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State requirements do change. Verify this information with the state licensing agency and please notify us if any of the information on this page is no longer valid. Adjust U can help you prepare for and pass your Texas All Lines Insurance Adjuster exam. If you have any questions about this course, reciprocity, licensing or anything related to insurance adjusting as a career, please contact us.