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Last Post 02/18/2019 7:45 PM by  brighton
New estimator here
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02/13/2019 5:26 PM

    Good afternoon gentlemen and women.

    For the last two years, I have been working under the supervision of someone who has been hired to write estimates for various Public Adjusters in the Tri-county south Florida area. As of recent I have decided to start my own company and inherit our client list, essentially keeping the above-mentioned man on the payroll as a marketing/ sales guy. 

    My question is this...what if any licenses do I need to run this business legitimately. I've been told by this guy that none is necessary.

    I am young and this is my first business. I have spent much time browsing the internet with no luck. I'm not interested in becoming an actual adjuster. I'm only interested in writing the estimates at the moment. For clarification, I write residential estimates after a customer experiences a loss.

    Thank you in advance for any advice, help, or a point in the right direction. This can be a daunting industry where solid answers are hard to come by!


    02/18/2019 7:45 PM
    call the dept of insurance and they can give you all the info you need
    Rocke Baker
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