Idaho issues licenses for Independent Adjuster to individuals and agencies as well as residents and non-residents.
Adjusters who are salaried employees of an insuring company do not require licensure. Idaho does recognize a
Designated Home State Adjuster license in lieu of a resident license ONLY in cases where the licensees’ home state
does not offer an adjuster license. Idaho also offers a Designated Home State License for those adjusters wishing
to designate Idaho as their home state. See Resident licensing requirements for further information.
Idaho Code in Connection with Independent Adjuster Licensing
§41-1007 (1) (Licensing Requirements)
§41-1008 (Reinstatements, Military, 30 Day Address Change Requirement)
§41-1009 (State to State Address Change and Reciprocity)
§41-1011 (Refusal of License)
§41-1012 (Exemption from Exam and 90 day rule)
§41-1013 (Renewal/Reinstatement and late CE penalty requirements)
§41-1014 (Assumed Names)
§41-1016 (Administrative Penalty/Suspension, Revocation, Refusal of License)
§41-1021 (Reporting of Actions)
§41-1026 (Conditions of Suspension and Revocation)
§41-1027 (Return of License)
IDAPA Rule 18
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Not all inclusive. Please refer to Chapter 10 for further definitions.
- Independent Adjuster An "adjuster" is a person who, on behalf of the insurer, for compensation as
an independent contractor or as the employee of such an independent contractor, or for fee or commission,
investigates and negotiates settlement of claims arising under insurance contracts.