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Bill Introduced to Mandate Uniform Adjuster Licensing Requirements

Thursday, August 3, 2017 | 700 | 0 | 578 min read

Legislation that would require states to adopt uniform and reciprocal licensing laws for independent claim adjusters has been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives. House Bill 3363 was introduced last week by Reps. David Kustoff, R-Tennessee, and Bill Foster, D-Illinois. It has been referred to the Committee on Financial Services. The Claims Licensing Advancement for Interstate Matters, or CLAIM Act, is similar to H.R. 2998 that failed to pass in the 114th Congress. Currently, 34 states require independent adjusters to hold operational claims licenses, but inconsistencies within s...

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