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Minnesota Public Adjuster Bond

How much does a public adjuster surety bond cost in Minnesota?

The Minnesota Department of Commerce requires public adjusters to submit $10,000 surety bonds as part of the licensing process.

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Bond Type Bond Amount Cost
$10,000 Public Adjuster Bond $10,000 $100

Why do I need this bond?

Minnesota public adjuster bonds ensure the prompt payment to any person who suffers losses resulting from fraud, dishonesty, forgery or theft in connection with the principal’s (adjuster’s) duties under Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 72B and other applicable rules and regulations. If the adjuster fails to comply with these terms and a claim against him or her is proven in court, the surety will cover resulting damages up to the full penal sum of the bond.

What’s the fine print?

Minnesota public adjuster bonds remain in effect during the term of the license, until the surety is released from liability by the Commissioner of Commerce or until canceled by the surety. In the event of cancellation, the surety must give the commissioner written notice at least 30 days prior to the cancellation date. If the bond is terminated, the adjuster’s license will be automatically suspended until a new surety bond is filed with the commissioner.

How to become a public adjuster in Minnesota

Resident adjuster applicants must complete the online license application and pay the required application fee of $50 plus a $20 technology surcharge. These applicants must pass the required exam for each desired line of authority and be fingerprinted for a criminal history record check.

Nonresident applicants must submit the paper Designated Home State Individual Insurance Adjuster License Application.

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Additional Resources

The Minnesota Office of the Revisor of Statutes 2013 Minnesota Statutes Chapter 72B. Insurance Adjusters

The Minnesota Department of Commerce Adjusters Important Notice

State of Minnesota Public Adjuster Surety Bond form

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