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Insurance Agent/Producer: One who has the authority to act for another; an individual who represents an insurance company or companies in servicing and soliciting products to policyholders.
Independent/Staff Insurance Adjuster: An individual employed by a property and casualty insurance company to settle on its behalf claims filed by the insured.
Public Insurance Adjuster: An individual representative of an insurance claimant or property owner in the event of major property damage.
Customer Service Representative: Assists Agents/Producers by working directly with client concerns and needs (account information, payments, correcting errors, phone calls, etc).
Insurance Agency: A business entity (Corporation, Association, Partnership, Limited Liability Company, Limited Partnership, or other legal entity) which earns and reports income using an EIN from selling, soliciting, or negotiating insurance in Oklahoma.
Insurance Consultant: Professionals who specialize in assisting businesses and individuals in assessing their insurance needs and creating an insurance plan that will meet those needs.
Surplus Lines: Property/Casualty insurance coverage that isn’t available from insurers licensed in the state, called admitted companies, and must be purchased from a non-admitted carrier.
Managing General Agent: An individual or business entity appointed, as an independent contractor, by one or more insurers to exercise general supervision over the business of the insurer in this state, with authority to appoint insurance producers for the insurer, and to terminate appointments for the insurer.
Life & Health Broker (Insurance Broker): An individual or legal entity who, for compensation, aids in negotiating contracts of life or accident and health insurance or transmits for others an application for a policy of life or accident and health insurance to or from an insurance company.
Title License: Title insurance provides coverage against loss by encumbrance, defective titles, invalidity, or adverse claim to title insurance for owners of property or others having any ownership interest therein or liens or encumbrances thereon and against financial loss from defects in title to real property and from the invalidity or unenforceability of mortgage liens.
Limited Lines License: Limited line credit insurance includes credit life, credit disability, credit property, credit unemployment, involuntary unemployment, mortgage life, mortgage guaranty, mortgage disability, automobile protection insurance, any other form of insurance offered in connection with an extension of credit that is limited to partially or wholly extinguishing that credit obligation and that is designated by the Insurance Commissioner as limited line credit insurance. Other qualifications for a license in Limited Lines include Prepaid Legal Liability Insurance, Crop, Car Rental, Surety and Travel.