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Home State means a state, district, or territory of the United States in which an independent adjuster maintains their principal place of residence or business, and is licensed to act as a resident independent adjuster.
The independent adjuster is eligible to designate Indiana as the home state if the individual's principal place of residence does not license independent adjusters and is currently licensed in another state. Apply online at www.sircon.com.
If a person can provide proof from contracting insurers that they participated in claims adjudication in property and casualty or workers compensation during the five (5) years preceding the date of the application, they will not be required to complete a pre-licensing course or pass a written examination. Please note some states may not reciprocate if licensed without pre-licensing education or exam.
An independent adjuster license is effective for a minimum of two (2) years after the date of issuance unless probated, suspended, revoked, or refused. The license may be renewed if all requirements for renewal are met on or before the renewal date:
(a) satisfactorily completing a minimum of twenty-four (24) hours of continuing education, and
(b) payment of a renewal fee of ninety dollars ($90).
Renewal is on the last day of the individual's birth month.
If an independent adjuster license expires, the independent adjuster may, within (12) months after the date of expiration, be reissued an independent adjuster license upon receipt by the commissioner of:
(1) a request for reissuance, and prescribed by the department;
(2) a reissuance fee of one hundred and eighty dollars ($180); and
(3) completion of 24 hours of Indiana-approved continuing education (CE)
An independent adjuster who is unable to comply with the license renewal requirements of this section due to:
(1) military service;
(2) long term medical disability; or
(3) another extenuating circumstance determined by the department;
may request a waiver of the renewal requirements or applicable sanction.
IDOI e-mails renewal notices to the adjuster's e-mail address on file. If for some reason you do not receive a renewal notice, it is still your responsibility to renew your license. if you do not receive a notice at least 30 days prior to the license expiration date, you may go online to renew at either Sircon.com or NIPR.com.
Notices are e-mailed to adjusters approximately 60 days before the license is due to expire. The continuing education hours, see below, required for renewal and the hours reported to the Department at the time the invoice was issued are posted on the invoice.
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The renewal date will be the last day of the adjuster's birth month, due every two years.Renewal Fees
Continuing Education Requirements:
Adjuster Licenses issued or renewed after July 1, 2011 are for a two year period with 24-hour continuing education requirements.
Continuing Education Audits:
IDOI reserves the right to do random audits. You may not take the same course more than once in a license renewal period.
IDOI maintains a record of adjuster continuing education hours in the Sircon data base. Maintaining such a record is also the responsibility of the adjuster.
Unless your records are being audited do not send your certificates to IDOI. CE providers are required to report your completion certificates with 14 days.
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