How do I change my address, change my name, or request a duplicate license?
All of these tasks can be completed electronically via Sircon.
How do I obtain a certification/status letter?
You can request electronically via Sircon.
How do I obtain a clearance letter?
Complete the form Request for Clearance Letter. The associated fee is $10 per letter plus a $5 processing fee.
How can I register to become a crop hail adjuster in Georgia?
You will need to achieve a passing score on the Crop Hail Adjuster examination. Information regarding examination procedures is available on our website.
Pay the $120 fee.
A waiver of examination can be granted if the applicant holds CPCU designation. You must attach a copy of CPCU designation to the application.
A waiver of examination can be granted if the applicant was previously licensed for same lines in his or her prior home state. The license in that state must be active at the time of moving to Georgia, the applicant must attach the original clearance letter from his or her prior home state and must apply for licensure within 90 days of the date of the move to Georgia.
How can I register to become a nonresident adjuster in Georgia?
Provide proof of home state licensure for the license type requested. Proof may be in the form of an original certification letter dated within 90 days from resident state or PDB printout.
Pay the $120 fee.
If you are from a state that does not have a license requirement, you may still be licensed in Georgia. However, you must take the Georgia Adjuster Examination to qualify.
How do I submit a registration of staff adjusters?
Each Insurer having salaried employees, who adjust claims on a regular basis in the State of Georgia, wherever such employees are located, shall upload a list of such employees with the Commissioner annually by March 31. The upload is accessed by the insurer via the company portal.
The term 'adjuster' does not include a salaried employee of an insurer who adjusts or assists in adjusting losses under policies issued by such insurer. Therefore, persons who fit in this category are not included in the definition of "adjuster" and are no longer subject to the continuing education requirements.
How do I renew an existing adjuster license?
Renewal notices are available to all eligible licensees 45 days prior to renewal date. Renewals can be filed electronically via Sircon.
If you have renewal processing questions, please contact us at 800-274-8969.
How do I become a certified workers compensation professional?
Complete the Certified Workers Compensation Professional Designation (CWCP). You must attach CWCP certificate to the license application.
Pay the $120 fee.
Waiver of Prelicensing course and examination can be granted if applicant holds CPCU designation. You must attach copy of CPCU designation to application.
Waiver of Prelicensing course and examination can be granted if the applicant was previously licensed for same lines in prior home state. The license in that state must be active at the time of moving to Georgia, the applicant must attach the original clearance letter from his or her prior home state and must apply for licensure within 90 days of the date of the move to Georgia.
Adjusters, Counselors, & Surplus Lines Brokers
- Georgia Insurance Licensing Candidate Handbook
- Online Renewals
- Adjuster, Counselor, and Surplus Lines Broker Search
- Staff Adjuster Search
- Continuing Education Requirements
- Rules and Regulations