Registration for the 2014 NFIP Adjuster Certification Presentation is now open.
Adjusters seeking to renew certification must attend an NFIP Adjuster Certification Presentation. Adjusters seeking to become certified must attend an NFIP Presentation and apply for certification with the NFIP Bureau and Statistical Agent, iService. NFIP standards and requirements for Adjuster Certification may be found in the Adjuster Claims Manual at www.fema.gov/library/viewRecord.do?id=1584.
For more information about the adjuster certification process or to contact NFIP iService, please go to www.nfipiservice.com/adj_cert.html
The NFIP no longer charges a registration fee for the Adjuster Certification Presentation. It is free to...
Source: The Dallas Morning News
long with the downed tree limbs, power outages, iced-over roadways and crumpled cars, last week’s sleet-and-ice storm left behind significant costs for government agencies and residential insurance companies.
Mark Hanna, spokesman for the Insurance Council of Texas, said the North Texas ice storm caused tens of millions of dollars in residential damage alone.
“Claims are still coming in, but throwing out a number that is going to rise, we’re at about $30 million in insured residential losses,” Hanna said Thursday. “That’s carports falling down, trees on houses, broken water pipes.