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Last Post 04/13/2016 3:22 PM by  olderthendirt
P&C stsate licensing and regulations
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chris cullen
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04/07/2016 9:57 AM

    First, I admit here that I'm not an insurance adjuster. So I'm hoping you are still willing to help me with information. Can anyone confirm if any state law restricts an insurance claims adjuster from 'moonlighting' with other non-insurance professions that interact with homeowners (ex. code of ethics or profession standards of practice violations)? Also is there a central online resource that provides detailed information for accessing individual state statutory regulations specifically for insurance adjusters (either individual or public)?  THANKS for any feedback!

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    04/13/2016 3:22 PM
    Contact your state insurance department.
    Life is like a sewer, what you get out of it depends on what you put in it
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