(a) A license issued under this chapter authorizes the adjusting of claims on behalf
of insureds for fire and allied coverages, burglary, flood, and all other property
claims, both real and personal, including loss of income, but only when the client
is an insured under the insurance policy.
(b) This chapter does not limit or diminish the authority of a license holder to investigate
or adjust a loss to less than the authority for that purpose that may be exercised
by an adjuster licensed under Chapter 4101.
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