Ins. Code Section 4102.057
(a)Except as otherwise provided by this chapter, each applicant for a license as a public insurance adjuster must, before the issuance of the license, take and pass an examination to the satisfaction of the commissioner.
(b)The examination required by this section must be prescribed by the commissioner and must be of sufficient scope to reasonably test the applicant’s:
(1)knowledge of basic insurance theory, essential elements of contracts, and claims ethics;
(2)technical competence in the handling of the types of claims for which the applicant is being tested; and
(A)Chapter 541 (Unfair Methods of Competition and Unfair or Deceptive Acts or Practices);
(B)Subchapters A and B, Chapter 542 (Processing and Settlement of Claims);
(C)Chapter 547 (False Advertising by Unauthorized Insurers);
(D)the Deceptive Trade Practices-Consumer Protection Act (Subchapter E (Short Title), Chapter 17 (Deceptive Trade Practices), Business & Commerce Code);
(E)analogous laws as specified by the commissioner;
(F)statutory provisions related to the unauthorized practice of law contained in Subchapter G (Definition), Chapter 81 (State Bar), Government Code; and
(G)the duties and responsibilities of public insurance adjusters under the law.
(c)The commissioner shall, within a reasonable period not to exceed 30 days after the date of the examination, transmit the results of the examination and the action taken on the application to the applicant.
(d)An examination is not required for the renewal of a license issued under this chapter.
Section 4102.057 — Examination Required,
https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/IN/htm/IN.4102.htm#4102.057 (accessed Dec. 2, 2023).