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South Carolina's Governor, Henry McMaster declared a state of emergency on September 6, 2017, due to the threat posed by Hurricane Irma. The National Hurricane Center determined from forecast models that portions of South Carolina may be impacted by Hurricane Irma. Based upon this unusual circumstance, declaration of emergency and the potential for significant damage including catastrophic losses, the Department has determined that the licensure of temporary non-resident adjusters may be necessary. Adjusters will be available to assist with the evaluation of claims resulting from this event for South Carolina after the storm.
Individuals interested in becoming permitted as non-resident, temporary adjusters may obtain the procedures and forms for licensure from the Department's website.
The instructions are also attached as an exhibit to Bulletin Number 2017-10.