- Adjuster Licensing Information
WEST VIRGINIA ADJUSTER LICENSING INFORMATION
- 1 License Types
- 2 Licensing Requirements
- 3 How to Apply
- 4 Maintaining Your License
- 5 Fees
- 6 Contact
- 7 Information
Adjusters are licensed in West Virginia
No specific rules are found for the licensing of public adjusters.
Be 18 years of age or more.
Be a resident of West Virginia, or a licensed resident of a state that grants similar reciprocal licensing to West Virginia adjusters.
Be trustworthy and competent.
All West Virginia residents, as well as non-residents who live in states that are not reciprocal with West Virginia, must take the West Virginia license exam.
In the event of a catastrophe, West Virginia will issue 90-day Emergency Adjuster licenses.
Residents of states that do not license adjusters may designate, as their home state, a state in which they have taken an adjuster exam and hold a license
Complete West Virginia Adjuster Application and send it in along with a $25 application fee.
Take and pass the West Virginia exam and submit your original Pearson VUE Score Report.
If you have held any insurance license in any other state, you must present a Letter of Clearance from that state.
If applying for a Crop Adjuster License, certification by the Federal Risk Management Agency is required.
West Virginia Adjuster Application must be completed and sent in, along with the proper fee ($25 unless your home state charges a higher fee.)
Original Pearson VUE Score Report. Non-resident applicants who are not licensed in their home state must take and pass the West Virginia exam.
If designating a home state, home state must be identified at the top of Page 1 of the application.
If applying for a Crop Adjuster License, certfication by the Federal Risk Management Agency is required. Nonresident crop adjusters may be licensed as a nonresident crop adjuster in this state if the applicant’s home state has established, by law or regulation like requirements for the licensing of a resident of this state as a nonresident crop adjuster. Should a nonresident crop adjuster’s home state not license crop adjusters, an individual may designated a home state in any state which he or she has a license. This applies only to individuals whose principal place of residence does not license adjusters.
NOTE: CLM users can apply through CLM Tracker. CLM Tracker subscribed users can renew the licenses via CLM.
|Initial Licensing Fee||$25|
|Late Renewal Fee||$25|
Overnight Address: 1124 Smith Street, Room 402, Charleston, WV 25301
Phone: (304) 558-0610, Fax: (304) 558-4966, Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
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