Licenses issued in Washington state
What types of insurance licenses does Washington state issue?
A person licensed to sell, solicit, or negotiate insurance. See RCW 48.17.010 (www.apps.leg.wa.gov).
A person who investigates or reports claims arising under insurance contracts.
- Independent adjusters represent the interest of the insurer.
- Public adjusters represent the insured.
- Crop adjusters act as adjusters for claims arising under crop insurance.
A person who negotiates life settlement contracts between an owner and providers. A broker represents only the owner and owes a fiduciary duty to the owner to act according to the owner's instructions, and in the best interest of the owner. See RCW 48.102.006 (www.apps.leg.wa.gov).
A person licensed to sell insurance products for insurance carriers that are not admitted in Washington state. See RCW 48.15.070 (www.apps.leg.wa.gov).
A business entity that sells, solicits, or negotiates insurance on behalf of a title insurance company. See RCW 48.17.010 (www.apps.leg.wa.gov).
A person engaged in the business of entering into insurance premium finance agreements. See RCW 48.56.020 (www.apps.leg.wa.gov).
Any rental car company that is licensed to offer, sell, or solicit rental car insurance. See RCW 48.115.005 (www.apps.leg.wa.gov).
Any owner of a facility licensed as a specialty lines insurance producer to offer, sell, or solicit self-service storage insurance. See RCW 48.170.005 (www.apps.leg.wa.gov).
A license authorizing a vendor to offer or sell insurance covering communications equipment to individuals, groups or corporations. See RCW 48.120.005 (www.apps.leg.wa.gov).