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Published December 20, 2021
Last month’s extreme weather impacted many British Columbians who are now anxious to rebuild and restore their homes and communities. To provide adequate support, more qualified insurance professionals are needed to assist with insurance claims. In response to customer needs to assess the damages in a timely manner and address the anticipated influx of insurance claims, the Insurance Council will issue and expedite temporary adjuster licences effective immediately.
The temporary licence will allow experienced adjusters to provide service in BC, so insurers are able to handle the volume of insurance claims more quickly. The temporary licence will be valid for three months and the adjuster will only be authorized to adjust claims related to the recent flooding event. If the temporary licensee wishes to continue to practice in BC, they will have to submit a new application (including fees) and meet the requirements to apply for and maintain a fully authorized licence.
Applicant requirements for a temporary adjuster licence are as follows: