An Idaho public adjuster bond is one of several requirements of candidates for an insurance adjuster license in the state. Idaho statutes define a public adjuster as an individual or businesses entity that engages in one of the following regulated activities:
Title 41, Chapter 58 addresses the Idaho public adjuster bond requirement. Per the Department of Insurance, "Prior to issuance of a license as a public adjuster and for the duration of the license, an applicant must file a surety bond issued by an insurer authorized to issue surety bonds in Idaho in the minimum amount of twenty thousand dollars ($20,000). The public adjuster bond guarantees recovery by the Department on behalf of any person who sustains damages as the result of erroneous acts, a failure to act, conviction of fraud, or conviction of unfair practices in his or her capacity as a public adjuster. The authority to act as a public adjuster automatically terminates if the surety bond is canceled or becomes impaired, generally from claims.
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