Adjuster Licensing 

Link to a Summary of the 2017 Legislative Changes.

The term “Adjuster” means any person who, for compensation, including, without limitation, a fee or commission, investigates and settles, and reports to his or her principal relative to claims:

  • Arising under insurance contracts for property, casualty or surety insurance, including workers’ compensation coverage, on behalf solely of the insurer or the insured; or  
  • Against a self-insurer who is providing similar coverage.  NRS 684A.020 
An individual or business entity:
  • May not be concurrently licensed as any other type of adjuster;
  • May not be in business of repairing auto bodies or own a controlling interest in such;
  • May not be concurrently licensed as a producer for property, casualty or surety or a surplus lines broker, except as a bail agent.

See separate pages for each of the following adjuster license types:


Independent Adjuster;

Public Adjuster;

Company Adjuster;

Staff Adjuster;

Associate; and

Catastrophe (Emergency) Adjuster.