Can I become a insurance adjuster if I have a felony?

by hernandez » Sat Nov 13, 2010 04:03 pm

All licenses in the insurance industry are issued under the authority of the state, however, the federal Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act (18 USC 1033, 1034) specifies that persons who have committed certain felonies are prohibited from being involved without a consent waiver from the state regulator. If your felony specifically involved a money or property crime, among others, you will need the waiver. There is no statute of limitations on when the crime/conviction occurred.

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Posted: Thu Aug 24, 2017 06:44 am Post Subject: Felony for principle to attempted robbery

I had a conviction for principle to attempted robbery in 1993 in Florida and have had a clean record since I moved to Dallas Texas in 2002. I finished the sentence imposed in May 2006. Will I be able to become a licensed all-lined insurance adjuster in Texas? I've been employed with a well recognized grocery chain for almost 14 years and 10 of those years and currently I've held an upper management position.

Posted: Tue Sep 05, 2017 03:00 pm Post Subject: Independent Adjusters N.C.

My husband has been to prison for fire arm by felon and possession of a control substance. Can he get his Independent insurance adjusters license in the state of North Carolina?

Posted: Thu Sep 28, 2017 10:19 pm Post Subject: Waiver

How do you go about getting a waiver? I have a felony that's over 20 yrs old.

Posted: Fri Sep 29, 2017 02:59 am Post Subject:

How can you obtain a waiver

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Posted: Sun Dec 03, 2017 03:12 am Post Subject: Pa auto collision appraiser

Back when I was 18 I had a felony of burglary period and two misdemeanors of assault are domestic violence which was from 2005 and 2011. Will this stop me from becoming a collision appraiser in the state of Pennsylvania

Posted: Fri Dec 08, 2017 09:45 pm Post Subject: GRAND THEFT NONADJUDICATED

I was working under an emergency license out of Florida until recently. My employer (at the time) filled out my application for emergency license on my behalf (without my knowledge) and did not disclose a Grand Theft charge I had 6 six years ago. Keep in mind...I was BRAND NEW at this company and did not even realize that what I was doing required a license. I did not even know I was getting an emergency license until the day I got the email with my license number.

So three months later I receive a certified letter from the State of Florida stating that my license had been revoked due to my record (that I never had an opportunity to disclose) and that I cant reapply for two years. I called the licensing office who tells me that the revocation is ALSO on my record?!?!? And any other state I apply to will see that. I am beyond irate and am wondering if there are any options available to me.

Is it even possible to get another license in another state after a record showing it was revoked in a different state?

The Grand Theft charge happened years ago and Im not even calling that part in to question. I understand the "moral turpitude" aspect of things and have a prepared statement along with a letter of recommendation from a state senator I am familiar with that I present whenever I disclose the arrest. It has literally never been a problem until now....and is only now a problem because I was not given the opportunity to disclose. Is there any hope of this being removed from my record? Should I just give up on the idea of becoming an adjuster?

I just need a little direction from someone who knows more about this than I do. Any thoughts are appreciated :)

Posted: Sat Jan 20, 2018 05:58 am Post Subject: Grand Theft

Adjudication withheld on a charge of Grand Theft 6 years ago. No jail time. Just probation and restitution which are both complete. Nothing on record before or after. Will Alabama even consider my adjuster license app?

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