Need to know before I spend the money

Message Author
ampm-bookmark
delicious-small Add to delicious
yahoomyweb-small Add to YahooMyWeb
blinklist-small Add to BlinkList
PostPosted: Thu Jun 16, 2011 3:04 am   Post subject: Need to know before I spend the money  

When I was 18 was cuaght up and caught a robbery charge and recevied jail time. I completed parole with good behavior, and now 20 years later would love to become a adjuster in Texas. Would my past felony stop me from getting my license?


_________________
Register Now to have your Insurance queries solved.
jimbob
Guest







PostPosted: Thu Jun 16, 2011 4:39 am   Post subject:   

Pick up the phone and call the TX Dept of Ins. Ask.

tcope
Forum Expert
Leave a quick message

tcope
Forum Expert

Joined: 22 Nov 2006
Posts: 6175

Location: Salt Lake City, UT
375.37 Dollars($)

PostPosted: Thu Jun 16, 2011 10:21 am   Post subject:   

I guess you'll need to submit your statement regarding the past circumstances that provoked you to commit such crimes. Along with that you'll perhaps need to provide copies of your charging document and copies of other documents e.g. probation order, parole certificate, deferred adjudication order, conviction judgment etc.



You must also attach recommendation letters from people who're in touch with you and are aware of your past crimes.

steven
Senior member
Leave a quick message

steven

Joined: 02 Feb 2006
Posts: 1546


215.91 Dollars($)

PostPosted: Fri Jun 17, 2011 5:25 pm   Post subject:   

Thank you for your help. Accordance with the law I've found out that it does not classify as a crime of mistrust, but I still have to jump thru the hoops.....anything worth having is worth fighting for


_________________
Register Now to have your Insurance queries solved.
jimbob
Guest







PostPosted: Mon Jun 20, 2011 6:19 pm   Post subject:   

Quote:
I've found out that it does not classify as a crime of mistrust




Robbery may not fit your definition of "mistrust", but if your conviction was a felony, robbery is still one of the crimes covered under the Federal Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act (18 USC 1033). You will have to obtain a "consent waiver" from the Insurance Commissioner in Texas and any other state in which you want to be licensed.


_________________

CA-licensed Life & Disability Analyst. CA Insurance Lic #0596197. Also investigating insurance company abuses, and providing litigation support/expert witness services. Send me your questions, and I'll send you my answers.
MaxHerr
Forum Expert
Leave a quick message

MaxHerr
Forum Expert

Joined: 29 Nov 2009
Posts: 7888

Location: Pomona CA
107.59 Dollars($)

PostPosted: Thu Jul 14, 2011 11:57 am   Post subject:   

I agree with Steven.



They will by themselves ask you for submitting the statements and all the documents related to the offense or crime you made.



__________________

Loss Adjusters

meenakshidpfoc
Member
Leave a quick message



Joined: 18 Mar 2011
Posts: 55


6.45 Dollars($)

PostPosted: Thu Sep 01, 2011 9:19 pm   Post subject: getting a lcense  

Had a Dui three years ago no jail time but on probation for 10 yrs.

Will that prevent me from getting a adjusters license


_________________
Register Now to have your Insurance queries solved.
cupcake
Guest







PostPosted: Thu Sep 01, 2011 11:35 pm   Post subject:   

Federal (and adopted in all states because the states had to adopt):



"Any person who has been convicted of a misdemeanor involving breach of trust or for ANY FELONY is barred from keeping or obtaining an insurance license UNLESS they have the consent from the regulatory official in your state (the Insurance Commissioner) stating that the consent is for purposes of "satisfying 18 USC section 1033" regulating those in the business of insurance."



The waiver that Max mentioned is a continuation of the federal law: 18 USC section 1034 is the waiver/consent specifics.



InsTeacher Cool

InsTeacher
Forum Expert
Leave a quick message

InsTeacher
Forum Expert

Joined: 13 Aug 2007
Posts: 1398

Location: Oregon, USA
127.26 Dollars($)

PostPosted: Fri Sep 02, 2011 2:54 pm   Post subject:   

DUI without injury to another person, at best, is a misdemeanor. 10 years is a looooong probationary period (we should have that in CA!). But it should not prohibit being licensed. Your state may have more specific regulations. Contact your state's Dept of Insurance to discuss your situation.



_________________

CA-licensed Life & Disability Analyst. CA Insurance Lic #0596197. Also investigating insurance company abuses, and providing litigation support/expert witness services. Send me your questions, and I'll send you my answers.
MaxHerr
Forum Expert
Leave a quick message

MaxHerr
Forum Expert

Joined: 29 Nov 2009
Posts: 7888

Location: Pomona CA
107.59 Dollars($)

PostPosted: Sat Feb 18, 2012 2:36 am   Post subject: chanel bag  

way too, and can benefit from the lowest doable prices and thrilling special discounts and gives. The free of charge delivery whereverwebsites over the net, and might be purchased at practically half the cost of an genuine and new bag. You can findyou may not acquire novel and avant-garde Chanel bags till now, say thanks on the World-wide-web and get worried noseveral years and now this manufacturer has attained respect inside the hearts of ladies, for they recognize that Chanel handbags canthat even if you buy a employed bag, it will be within a pretty superior ailment, for the reason that the past operator must


_________________
Register Now to have your Insurance queries solved.
moomesstalp
Guest







Quick Reply
Your Name
Subject
Message body
All times are GMT
Page 1 of 1


Get a Quote
Ask Community Experts

flash plugin

Quick Links

Must See

Community

Hot topics in forums

Latest in blogs

    Connection Error: Connection refused