The Indiana Public Adjuster’s Bond is required by the Department of Insurance, in the amount of $10,000. All those who wish to be a Public Adjuster must hold a Certificate of Authority, issued by the Commissioner of Insurance. The bond is one requirement that must be met before the Certificate of Authority will be issued.
As defined in IC 27-1-27, a Public Adjuster is an individual or corporation. For compensation or reward, they render advice or assistance to an insured in the adjustment of a claim or claims. This service is related to loss or damages under an insurance policy covering real or personal property.
How can I obtain a Certificate of Authority?
Applicants for a Resident Certificate of Authority must be at least 18 years of age and a current resident of Indiana. They must successfully complete the written Public Adjuster examination. All appropriate forms, application, and nonrefundable fees must be submitted.
Applicants for a Non-Resident Certificate of Authority should be currently licensed in their home state. They must submit the proper application and pay the non-resident application fee of $50.
Why should I choose Surety1 for my Indiana Public Adjuster bond?
You can trust Surety1 for all your surety bond needs. Start the process by completing our easy-to-navigate, free online application form. After that, one of our surety agents will contact you with a no-obligation quote for the bond premium. Next, when you’re ready to move forward, we’ll have you sign some paperwork and pay the premium. Lastly, your Indiana Public Adjuster bond will be sent to you using USPS Priority Mail. Overnight is available for an additional fee.
Established in 2003 we have over 15 years of experience issuing surety bonds. We are licensed to write bonds in all 50 states. We can confidently say that we are one of the best in the business. Our efficient and fast service has earned us an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau.
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