The FL Dept. Of FInancial Services States on their site:
"If an individual holds a general lines agent license and wish to add or convert over to an adjuster, you must apply online and submit the fees of $55. (No examination is required"
Basically, a 2-20 agent can switch the license to an all lines adjuster license, and switch back.
The 4-40 license is a customer service representative license, and that cannot be switched over to an adjuster license.
The Florida Department of Financial Services is responsible for processing applications for adjuster licensing. The website is www.fldfs.com The University offers the ACA Designation which excuses the student from the state licensing exam for the all lines adjuster license (independent or company).
A 220 Florida insurance license is a general lines agent license. It gives the license holder the legal right to sell property and liability insurance.
Are you planning to have a wreck or did you already have one? Call and ask your agent or claims agent.
Some companies can offer you a policy even with a suspended license. I would contact an independent insurance agent that represents multiple carriers.
Insurance Agents by law are not permitted to process insurance claims, It's not their job. This would be a conflict of interest for the Agent. All the agent can do is forward information and facilitate information exchange and put you in touch with your Claims Adjuster. An agent who attempts to interfere with the claim can lose their job and possibly their agents license if they overstep their authority when it comes to claims. Insurance Agents are not licensed as Claims Adjusters. Agents are licensed as "Insurance Agents". Adjusters are licensed as "Insurance Adjuster". They are in totally different departments and have totally different job descriptions and responsibilities. So it does not appear that your agent is doing anything wrong. The person you need to contact for help with your claim is the Claims Adjuster assigned to you, not your insurance agent.
In Florida, a 220 license is for insurance agents ie, a licensed property and casualty agent. It is also called a General Lines License. It covers automobile, aviation, maritime, property liability, and General Liability. To get a license you must take a 200 Hour course.
It is not mandatory for travel agent to have a license but you will benefit with some experience in travel industry and if you enroll in a travel agent classes. For more information about this subject visit hometravelagency.com/travel-agent-articles/travel-agent-license/.
I have a DUI in Florida, two years ago nothing else. does that disqualify me from getting a life health insurance license? thank you
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you can go on-line for training here is one http://www.alllinestraining.com/ but you can check with a local Colledge to see if you can get tained there or go to where you got your P&C agent License and ask them, it depends on what state your are in or what country. Which states do not require an adjuster's license? To the best of our knowledge, the following states do not require an adjuster license to operate in their state: Colorado, District of Columbia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maryland, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, Virginia, and Wisconsin. For detailed information in each state regarding its insurance adjusting licensing requirements, please see Licensing Rules and Reciprocity. All-Lines Training / Insurance Training University can be found on the Texas Department of Insurance Website under: Insurance Training University - Provider # 33304
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