Ins. Code Section 4102.104
(a)Except as provided by Subsection (b), a license holder may receive a commission for service provided under this chapter consisting of an hourly fee, a flat rate, a percentage of the total amount paid by an insurer to resolve a claim, or another method of compensation. The total commission received may not exceed 10 percent of the amount of the insurance settlement on the claim.
(b)A license holder may not receive a commission consisting of a percentage of the total amount paid by an insurer to resolve a claim on a claim on which the insurer, not later than 72 hours after the date on which the loss is reported to the insurer, either pays or commits in writing to pay to the insured the policy limit of the insurance policy in accordance with Section 862.053 (Fire Insurance: Total Loss of Real Property). The license holder is entitled to reasonable compensation from the insured for services provided by the license holder on behalf of the insured, based on the time spent on a claim that is subject to this subsection and expenses incurred by the license holder, until the claim is paid or the insured receives a written commitment to pay from the insurer.
(c)Except for the payment of a commission by the insured, all persons paying any proceeds of a policy of insurance or making any payment affecting an insured’s rights under a policy of insurance must:
(1)include the insured as a payee on the payment draft or check; and
(2)require the written signature and endorsement of the insured on the payment draft or check.
(d)A public insurance adjuster may not accept any payment that violates the provisions of this section.
(e)Notwithstanding any authorization the insured may have given to a public insurance adjuster, a public insurance adjuster may not sign and endorse any payment draft or check on behalf of an insured.
Section 4102.104 — Commissions,
https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/IN/htm/IN.4102.htm#4102.104 (accessed Nov. 25, 2023).