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Becoming a claims adjustor with a deferred adjudication on record
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08/24/2020 2:25 PM

    Hello everyone.  I am interested in becoming a claims adjuster in IL. I was wondering if anyone could please help me find out if I should invest the money and time to try and get licensed if I have a record of deferred adjudication. (I was charged with a felony but when I went to see the judge he said he would put me in probation and if I finished the probation successfully then they charge would be dismissed) I did finish the probation and the charge is dismissed. Technically I was never found guilty of the felony but it does show up on my background check. 

    I appreciate any guidance with this.

    Thanks!

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