Under existing law, an independent insurance adjuster is generally required to be licensed in the state by the Insurance Department with certain reciprocity provisions. An applicant is required to complete a prelicensing course or examination
This bill would provide that an applicant for a license as an independent adjuster who has been employed as an adjuster for 20 years or more with an insurance company in this state may be licensed without completing a prelicensing course or examination
Relating to the licensing of independent insurance adjusters by the Department of Insurance; to amend Section 27-9A-9 of the Code of Alabama 1975, to provide further under certain conditions for the licensing of an applicant without a prelicensing course or examination if the applicant has certain experience as an adjuster with an insurance company in this state.
|February 23, 2016||S||Read for the first time and referred to the Senate committee on Banking and Insurance|
|Hearing||March 2, 2016||Room 320 **REVISED - BILLS ADDED** at 11:30||Senate B&I Hearing|
|Hearing||March 2, 2016||Room 320 at 11:30||Senate B&I Hearing|
|Bill Text||SB275 Alabama 2016 Session - Introduced|