Become a Maryland Insurance Adjuster

Licensing Rules and Regulations for Maryland Claims Adjusters

AdjusterPro's Bottom Line: Maryland does not license insurance adjusters. Employees of insurance companies handling claims in Maryland are not subject to licensure.

 
 

AdjusterPro's Career Recommendation:

Maryland residents interested in independent catastrophe adjusting should consider obtaining a nonresident Indiana or Texas adjuster license.

Because of the ease and speed of the licensing process in Indiana, AdjusterPro recommends that Maryland residents obtain their Indiana license and designate Indiana as their home state.

This will give adjusters the reciprocity and benefits of the Indiana resident license.


What comes next after getting your license?

Join AdjusterPro co-founder Adam Gardiner, an industry pioneer and veteran adjuster, for a free webinar and Q&A session covering the different kinds of adjusting work and how to get it.

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We recommend an Indiana adjuster license for Maryland residents. Our self-paced online prelicensing class is a convenient and cost effective way to get an Indiana license.

Online Indiana Adjuster Prelicensing

$349

Questions? Call 214-329-9030 and choose option 1 to speak with a career consultant, or click here to learn more about this course.