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Public Adjuster License Surety Bonds in Missouri

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A public adjuster in Missouri represents a policy holder in making insurance claims. They help negotiate the claim with the insurance company to help their clients receive more money in a settlement. The policy holder pays the public adjuster a fee, typically based on the amount of the claim.

Missouri's Department of Insurance regulates licensing for public adjusters and public adjuster solicitors in the state, and a part of licensing includes securing a surety bond.

Licensed and Bonded

Licensing requirements for public adjusters and public adjuster solicitors include:

  • Pass an examination
  • Provide contact information
  • Provide an original letter of certification
  • Pay a $100 application fee
  • Submit a surety bond with a Power of Attorney. Public adjusters need a $10,000 bond. If the public adjuster is an employee of someone who is licensed and has submitted a $10,000 bond, then the individual only needs to submit a $1,000 bond. Public adjuster solicitors need a $1,000 bond.

How Much Will This Bond Cost?

The premium amount you pay for a Missouri public adjuster bond or public adjuster solicitor bond starts at $100 with good credit. Contact our Surety Bond Specialists for a free quote based on your specific situation.

Did You Know?

A Missouri public adjuster license must be renewed annually.

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Missouri Department of Insurance

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