Contractors Can’t Advertise ‘Insurance Negotiating’ Skills, Texas Supreme Court Says

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A contractor cannot be the public adjuster on a claim and cannot advertise itself as an insurance claims negotiator if it does not hold an adjusters’ license, the Texas Supreme Court decided in a case that could give support to other states that have put restrictions on public adjusters.

The high court overturned a Texas appeals court ruling and found that a 2003 state law does not regulate free speech and does not violate a roofer’s constitutional rights, as Stonewater Roofing Ltd. had claimed. The Tyler, Texas-based roofer had sued the Texas Department of Insurance

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