NAIC Model Independent Adjusters Licensing Act Cancelled…and changes in NM, NC, and TX licensing

Wasn’t it just yesterday I mentioned that change is certain in the Insurance adjusting world?

In that blog, we reported we could not find an update to the April 2007 draft of the model act which lead to further research on this topic.

We were able to locate the Spring newsletter of the American Association of Independent Claims Professionals which announced in the Spring letter that the NAIC Model Independent Licensing Act will not be pursued due to legislation regarding NAIC new Model Acts in general.

This Spring news letter also has important updates regarding Independent Adjuster licensing regulations in New Mexico, North Carolina and Texas which you can read all about on page 4 of the Spring newsletter here.

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3 Responses to NAIC Model Independent Adjusters Licensing Act Cancelled…and changes in NM, NC, and TX licensing

  1. […] independent adjusters are concerned. I also wrote about the independent adjuster license issues in this blog in July 2007 when NAIC cancelled further recommendations for the act and here in my “Who Moved my Claims […]

  2. […] independent adjusters are concerned. I also wrote about the independent adjuster license issues in this blog in July 2007 when NAIC cancelled further recommendations for the act and here in my “Who Moved my Claims […]

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