A bulletin in South Carolina says that record rainfall and consequent flooding in recent days has created a state of emergency and triggered conditions for allowing temporary, non-resident insurance adjusters to operate in the state.
Individuals interested in being licensed as temporary adjusters are directed to go to the insurance department's website and follow the instructions provided under "Agents, Adjusters & Brokers--Emergency Adjusters."
According to the bulletin, the recent storms in South Carolina constitute a "1 in 1,000 year event," with some parts of the state receiving 24 inches of rain in less than 36 hours.
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