Georgia Public Adjuster Licensing: A 2017 Guide

A 2017 Georgia public adjuster licensing guide

Thinking about getting licensed as a public insurance adjuster? Our Definitive Guide to Licensing Georgia Public Adjusters is now available!

Every Georgia public adjuster must receive a license from the Office of the Commissioner of Insurance prior to working within the state. To become a licensed adjuster, all requirements must be met in accordance with Section 33-23-6 of the Georgia Insurance Code and 120-2-3-.18 of the Georgia Insurance Department Rules and Regulations.

What is required to get a Georgia public adjuster license?

Prior to becoming a licensed public adjuster in Georgia, applicants must meet several requirements, including obtaining a bond, completing required coursework and paying all applicable fees. Specifically, adjusters must meet the following requirements before the commissioner will consider the application:

  • Complete a 40 hour property casualty pre-licensing course
  • Achieve a passing score on the Public Adjuster Examination
  • Complete an application form
  • Provide proof of a $5,000 surety bond
  • Pay a licensing fee and an application fee

What fees are associated with getting a Georgia public adjuster license?

Applicants are required to pay a licensing fee of $100 and an application fee of $15 at the time of submitting the application. The required $5,000 surety bond can be purchased instantly for just $100 by visiting our dedicated Georgia public adjuster page. After paying the bond premium, application fee and license fee, applicants for a Georgia public adjuster license should anticipate fees totaling around $215.

Where should application materials be sent?

The completed application form and all other materials applicable to licensing may be mailed to PSI Services, LLC at the following address:

P.O. Box 742983,

Atlanta, GA


Have questions regarding surety bonds?

If you still have questions about getting your bond, give us a call at 1 (800) 308-4358, and one of our surety experts will be happy to assist you. However, if you are simply looking to buy your bond, visit our Georgia public adjuster page, where you can purchase your bond instantly for just $100 and have the original bond in your email inbox the very same day.

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Lindsey Jenkins
Lindsey Jenkins is a member of the marketing team at She writes about new legislation pertaining to the surety bond industry along with other surety bond news.