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Calif. Moves Toward Potential National Adjuster-Licensing Standard

By Eddie Curran (correspondent)

Thursday, September 27, 2018 | 1163 | 0 | 63 min read

Claims adjusters have complained for years about the patchwork of licensing requirements that make working in multiple states a hassle. On Wednesday, California's top insurance regulator took a step that proponents hope will lead to a national solution.  Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones announced that the state will recognize a new adjuster licensing mechanism called the Universal Claims Certification, designed by the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance with the hope of establishing a nationally accepted standard for claims adjusters. CLM founder Adam ...

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