The statutes and licensing rules related to Texas hearing aids are more properly referred to as hearing instruments fitters and dispensers statutes.
Persons who engage in the business of offering hearing aid dispensers in Texas are regulated by the state’s Department of Licensing and Regulation.
Qualifying for this surety bond involves completing a surety bond application and undergoing a credit check. Good credit is required, and if approved, the premium is $100 annually. Once the premium has been paid, our agency issues this bond to you immediately.
The Department of Licensing and Regulation, who is obligee (that is, they are the entity requiring the Texas aid hearing bond) requires new and renewal applicants to file a $10,000 surety bond with the Department.
The purpose of the Texas hearing aid bond is threefold:
Persons interested in joining this field will need to complete the following:
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