Divulging Actions When Applying for Agency
When applying for an agency license, if an agency, or person who
directs or participates in the management or control of an agency, has ever had any administrative action filed against them in this or
any other state, the agency is required to divulge this on the application
for licensure. If the action is not reported on the application, the agency
will be subject to
possible denial or other administrative action.
You can find more information regarding insurance agency licensure via our web site at
for Failing to Maintain an Appointment
If an agent/adjuster goes without an appointment for 48 months in the class(es) of business listed on his or her license, the license will
be canceled. The agent/adjuster will be required to reapply as a first-time applicant if they wish to obtain a new appointment. This means the individual will
need to submit a new application, new set of fingerprints, pay the applicable fees, complete any necessary pre-licensing coursework, and pass any required examination.