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Property in 60 Seconds: Texas Supreme Court Rebukes Contractor Endorsing Public Adjuster Licensing Statute

On June 7, 2024, the Texas Supreme Court issued an opinion upholding the State’s Public Adjuster Licensing Statute against a constitutional challenge by a roofing contractor.  The Court held that the statute’s licensing requirement, as well as the dual capacity prohibition, preventing a company from serving as both a contractor and a public adjuster in the same claim, were valid and enforceable under the U.S. Constitution and Texas law.

The Opinion can be found here.

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