2017 Kansas Statutes
Chapter 40 INSURANCE
Article 55 PUBLIC ADJUSTERS LICENSING ACT
40-5513 Allowable compensation for adjuster; prohibitions.

Universal Citation: KS Stat § 40-5513 (2017)

40-5513.Allowable compensation for adjuster; prohibitions. (a) No public adjuster shall charge, agree to or accept as compensation or reimbursement any payment, commission, fee or other thing of value equal to more than 10% of any insurance settlement or proceeds.

(b) A public adjuster shall not pay a commission, service fee or other valuable consideration to a person for investigating or settling first party claims in this state, if that person is a business entity or is an individual required to be licensed under this act and is not so licensed.

(c) A person shall not accept a commission, service fee or other valuable consideration for investigating or settling first party claims in this state, if that person is a business entity or is an individual required to be licensed under this act and is not so licensed.

(d) No public adjuster shall require, demand or accept any fee, retainer, compensation, deposit or other thing of value, prior to settlement of a claim.

History: L. 2009, ch. 83, § 13; Apr. 23.

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