On this page, you will find all of the state-specific information for Insurance Licensing in the state of Maryland. This information pertains to resident license applicants. For additional information for resident licensing, or for non-resident license information, please refer to the Maryland Insurance Administration website at www.mdinsurance.state.md.us. Information is subject to change, and we will do our very best to make the process of completing your licensing education requirements as simple as possible.
200 St. Paul Place, Suite 2700 Baltimore, MD 21202
Email: E-mail via the State website
Validity of examination results: As of October 1, 2018, once the pre-licensing course is completed and a certificate is awarded, the state insurance licensing examination must be taken within 6 months from the date of the certificate's issuance. If the examination is not taken, the certificate will expire, and the course must be retaken to qualify for the examination.
Eligibility period of the pre-licensing education waiver to successfully passing both portions of the Maryland licensing examination: Currently, candidates who were granted a pre-licensing education waiver have one (1) year to take and successfully pass both portions of the Maryland licensing examination. Effective October 1, 2018, the pre-licensing education waiver will be valid for six (6) months. Candidates who are granted a pre-licensing education waiver will have 6 months to successfully take and pass both portions of the appropriate Maryland licensing examination. Candidates who do not take nor successfully pass both portions of the examinations within the six (6) month period will have to take a pre-licensing course and apply to retake both portions of the examination.
This is disclosure for states that do not require an adjuster license:
The Texas Designated Home State (DHS) Adjuster license is available to an individual who is a resident of a state that does not license adjusters. This means you can obtain the Texas Property/Casualty Adjuster license just as a Texas resident adjuster would and complete the Texas bi-annual continuing education requirement. The Texas DHS Adjuster license is highly respected in the industry and can significantly enhance your credibility as an adjuster in your home state.
Kaplan’s online Property/Casualty Adjuster licensing course contains the actual state licensing exam for the Texas DHS Adjuster license; therefore, you can satisfy your Texas prelicensing requirement AND pass the Texas P/C Adjuster state licensing exam without having to leave your home or office. Upon completing the Kaplan course and successfully passing the exam, you can remotely apply for the Texas P/C Adjuster License using the procedures found on the Texas State Requirements page. This will provide you the ability to adjust in both your home state and numerous other states that recognize the Texas DHS Adjuster license (CO, DC, IA, IL, KS, MA, MD, MO, NC, ND, NE, NH, NJ, OH, PA, SD, TN, VA, and WI).
Check with the Department of Insurance in your resident state and the states you wish to adjust to see how the Texas PC Adjuster license can be used in those states.