Lower percentage is not always better

Many times prospective clients question our commission charge.

Insureds wonder if they can lower the percentage will they make out better.  We wanted to demonstrate that this may not always be the case.

As they say, you get what you pay for.

See example of a typical claim below and notice the difference to the policyholder when paying a higher percentage fee:

 

Company A                     

Initial Claim Offering                     $50,000

Final Claim Result.                          $60,000

8% fee to Public Adjuster:             $  4,800

Claim Settlement to Insured:    $55,200

 

AJR PUBLIC ADJUSTERS

Initial Claim Offering:                    $50,000

Final Claim:                                      $75,000

15% Fee:                                            $11,250

Claim Settlement to Insured:    $63,750

 

Clearly you can see how AJR Public Adjusters assistance, perhaps at a higher fee still nets the insured a better settlement.  This policyholder increased their settlement by $8,550 even when paying a higher percentage for our services.

By giving AJR the opportunity to utilize our 30+ years experience to manage and negotiate your claim, you can rest assured you will do better in the settlement process of your claim.

Please view our Better Business Bureau A+ rating here.  This may provide helpful information for you to see how AJR should be your first call with your next property insurance claim.

Call AJR first, we even help report the claim and can take over the stress of managing your claim from there.  We can be reached at 602-795-5227, email here.

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Local AZ Public Insurance Adjuster with over 30 years experience, representing property/business owners with insurance claims to maximize recovery after a fire, water loss, theft, hail, etc. Always No Fee for initial consultation!!

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