Colorado License Types
Producer and Public Adjuster Licenses
Effective January 1, 1995 qualified insurance producers are issued a single Colorado
Producer license that lists the lines of authority that the producer is qualified to sell.
The producer must meet the licensing requirements for each line of authority prior
to licensure. Lines of authority available on the Colorado Producers license are as
• Life • Limited Lines Credit Insurance
• Accident and Health • Title
• Property • Crop Hail
• Casualty • Variable Life and Annuities Products
• Personal Lines • Surplus Lines
In addition to a Producer license, Colorado offers a Public Insurance Adjusters
license. The Public Insurance Adjuster license is issued with the Public Insurance
Adjuster authority. For further information on the definition of a Public Insurance
Adjuster and when a Public Adjuster license is required, refer to the Division of
Insurance website at http://www.dora.state.co.us/insurance/producer/adjuster.pdf.
To qualify for a resident Colorado Producer license or a Public Insurance Adjuster
license, the applicant must be:
• A Colorado Resident.
• At least 18 years of age.
• Trustworthy, competent, financially responsible, and of good personal and
business reputation and disclose on the licensure application all insurance
licenses that have been previously revoked, denied, or suspended.