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Insurance Licensing Tool

Welcome to StateRequirement’s one-of-a-kind insurance licensing tool, which you can use to navigate through almost all of the insurance agent, broker, and/or adjuster licenses across all 50 states + Washington D.C.

How it Works

To get started, you’ll simply need to:

  1. Select Your State/Jurisdiction
  2. Select the Insurance Line You’re Interested In

Our AI tool will then automatically generate your choice’s state & federal mandates, as well as offer helpful links to get you started.

Insurance Licensing Tool

StateRequirement Licensing Tool FAQ

Is your licensing tool free?

Yes! Our tool is 100% free, with no sign up needed and no hidden fees of any kind.

If you’re interested in including our tool in your own website, you can feel free to send us an email and we’ll see if we can work something out.

How many licenses are included in the licensing tool?

As of right now, over 640 different types of insurance licenses are included in our tool.

This includes those that relate to major & limited-lines of insurance and adjuster licensing.

Not finding the line you’re looking for? Make sure to bookmark this page as new lines are being added each week.

Is your tool up-to-date?

Yes; our tool is regularly audited by our editing team, and was initially created at the end of May, 2024.

What is StateRequirement?

StateRequirement is a content website that specializes in making succinct, informative, and accessible content that relates to state licenses.

Even though we originally started with insurance back in 2016, we have since expanded into real estate, law, notaries, contractors, and much more.

How does the insurance licensing tool work?

The data our tool relies on was created from our team of researchers, who spent hundreds of hours looking up the licensing requirements & holistic process of each insurance line in all states — so that you don’t have to.

To get started, you’ll simply need to select your state — or jurisdiction — and then click on the line you want to explore.

Licensing Resources

Interested in more in-depth guides? See our state-specific guides: