Tampa Insurance Adjustors Licensing Lawyer
Depending on how one views them, insurance adjustors can either be loved or hated by the individuals who come into contact with them. Insurance adjustors are often loved and praised by the insurance companies that employ them, especially when the insurance adjustor is able to save the insurance company money by recognizing a fraudulent claim and/or accurately values the damage to insured property reported by an insured customer. These are the same reasons why consumers may not enjoy a visit from the insurance adjustor: a savvy adjustor may prevent the insured from obtaining the compensation the insured feels his or her loss is worth. However, an insurance adjustor is of no benefit to an insurance company or an insured customer if he or she does not possess a valid insurance adjustor’s license from the Florida Chief Financial Officer’s Division of Insurance Agent and Agency Services. When the Division refuses to grant such a license, or refuses to renew a person’s license, the insurance adjustor him- or herself may need a Tampa insurance adjustors lawyer at The Law Offices of David P. Rankin, P.A. to move beyond the matter and successfully obtain a license.
Why Applications for Insurance Adjustor Licenses Get Denied
Because of the complexity of the insurance field and because both statutes and regulations dictate how the insurance adjustor must carry out his or her duties, an insurance adjustor is required to pass certain exams and possess certain education before they are issued a license. Not only this, but insurance adjustors must demonstrate continued proficiency in the field in order to be granted a license renewal. Common reasons why an insurance adjustor (or a would-be insurance adjustor) is not granted a valid license is because documentation showing the applicant has met the minimum requirements necessary for licensure is missing or incomplete. In some situations, the Division may not be satisfied that documentation presented meets the requirements for licensure. For insurance adjustors in this situation, the Law Offices of David P. Rankin can work behind the scenes and through informal resolution channels to satisfy the questions of the Division and help the applicant obtain his or her license quickly.
The Division may also deny an application for licensure or license renewal if the Division finds the applicant has engaged in criminal activity or in behavior that calls the adjustor’s ability to perform his or her job in a competent manner into question. Informal resolution in these situations is not possible, in many cases. Instead, formal use of disciplinary and administrative procedures is often required for the adjustor to be cleared of wrongdoing and to obtain licensure.
Why Contact the Law Offices of David P. Rankin, P.A.
Tampa-area insurance adjustors who are struggling in obtaining their insurance adjustor license should contact the Law Offices of David P. Rankin, P.A. as soon as possible to increase the likelihood of successfully and promptly resolving their licensing matter. Contact the firm today at (813) 968-6633 or through the firm’s website to schedule your initial consultation with one of our Tampa insurance adjustors licensing lawyers