The CA Dept. of Insurance released updates to the CA Earthquake Certificate for Adjuster CE.
The adjuster CE helps Adjusters who work California earthquakes to become familiar with these updates:
- Extending earthquake coverage to rebuilding on a different site
- New coverage limits and sub-limits
- New major CEA checklist guidelines and repair standards
- The California Adjuster Act
What this means for you:
To work on California earthquake claims, you must update your California Earthquake Certificate. It is due by December 31, 2023. We offer a course covering the new information. You also need your annual Fair Claims Certificate completed before September 1, 2023.
Even with a renewed certificate, you need an updated course. You can’t work Earthquake claims Without an updated course before December 31, 2023.
Here’s the good news about updating your California Earthquake Certificate:
You can complete an UPDATED CEQ course (including Fair Claims Certification) for $59. It is $79 for California Adjusters that need the 12 hours of continuing education for their license renewal.
Affordable Educators’ easy, online course has been updated. It includes all the new material. This course should be familiar to our regular clients.
We understand that re-doing your certification is an extra step. Especially true if you recently completed the course before the updates rolled out. We offer a 25% discount for Adjusters who take our course by September 1, 2023. After September 1, the course will still be available in the same easy, online format. Still, it will return to its regular price of $79.
Don’t take a chance with your business. Keep yourself compliant the quick and easy way with Affordable Educators. Save 25% on your updated California Earthquake Certification course before September 1, 2023.
Get started here: https://affordableeducators.com/ceq/.
Have questions or are not sure what you need to get current? We’ve come across just about everything with more than 25 years of experience. We have an extensive background in the CA insurance-containing education business. We’re happy to help. Visit https://affordableeducators.com for more information. You can learn about our continuing education courses or call us at (800)498-5100.
Is earthquake insurance mandatory in California?
Though California has nearly 16,000 known earthquake faults, you are not required to carry earthquake insurance by state law. Your primary homeowners’ and renters’ insurance policies do not cover earthquake damage.
How Does California's Earthquake Authority Insurance Work?
California State law mandates that homeowners insurance companies offer earthquake coverage to residential customers. The California Earthquake Authority offers the only earthquake insurance in California for residential clients.
Is the California's Earthquake Authority run by the state of California?
California’s Earthquake Authority was set up in 1996 as an act of the California legislature. It is now run as a not-for-profit, publicly owned, and self-financed company.
What happens if there is an earthquake and you don't have insurance.
If you don’t have earthquake insurance and there is an earthquake, the property owner will be responsible for all repairs.
Why is earthquake insurance deductible so high?
Earthquake deductibles are high as the damage to property is always extreme and a high risk to insurance companies. Therefore, insurance companies make the deductible high.