NFP Surety Bonds

Texas Public Adjuster Bonds

Texas Public Adjuster Bonds

Texas Public Adjuster Bonds

NFP Surety provides the $10,000 Texas public adjuster bond on the correct surety bond form.  We offer the best rate available and can provide your bond the same day we receive your request.  NFP Surety is the top provider of adjuster surety bonds Nationwide.  Adjusters often need bonding in several States.

We deliver hundreds of adjuster bonds yearly and stay current with adjuster bond requirements in 21 states. NFP Surety will provide you with public adjuster bond, independent insurance adjuster bond, and insurance adjuster bonds, as well as many other types of license and permit bonds.  We can usually email your bond upon request.

The Texas public adjuster bond guarantees that, as a licensed public adjuster, you will comply with Texas State laws and statutes.

Other States also require bonds for licensing public adjusters, others require insurance adjuster bonds, including independent insurance adjuster bonds.  The bond amounts vary from State to State.

Adjusters plan and schedule the work required to process an insurance claim. They might handle an insurance claim filed after an automobile accident or after a storm damages an insured’s home. Adjusters investigate claims by conducting interviews, reviewing official and medical records, and inspecting property damage to determine liability. Public adjusters may consult with other professionals. The information gathered is then used to evaluate the claim and negotiate for a settlement with the insurance company.

NFP Surety will assist you with a wide variety of bonding requirements. Again, our bond experts are familiar with the TX adjuster bond requirement, as well as adjuster bond requirements of all States that have such a PA bond requirement.

We know you have a choice.  Thank you for your business.

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Toll Free: (800) 863-3210

Fax: 623-486-3096

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