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Florida Non-Resident Public Adjuster Surety Bonds

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The State of Florida Division of Insurance Agency and Agency Services regulates the Non-Resident Public Adjuster license program and other insurance related entities and agents, ensures compliance of state laws and controls insurance licensing education. Florida Statutes Chapter 626.860, Insurance Field Representative and Operations, provides the details for non-resident public adjusters and the license process.

Surety Bond and License Requirements

  1. Complete the online application and pay the license fee.
  2. A $50,000 surety bond is required for this license. The surety bond guarantees that the applicant will be compliant of Florida state laws.
  3. Applicant must be at least 18 years of age or older, be a non-resident of and be a US citizen or have a work authorization as a legal alien.
  4. Non-resident public adjuster must be already licensed in the state they reside in or another state and had the license continually for at least one year.

How Much Will This Bond Cost?

The premium that you pay for a Florida Non-Resident Public Adjuster Surety Bond is dependent on credit and experience. Rates start as low as $375 with your good credit.

Related Links:

Florida Non-Resident Public Adjuster License Statutes
Florida Public Adjuster Licensing Information
Puerto Rico Non-Resident Public Adjuster Bond

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