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10% of Total Claim
15% of Total Claim
20%-25% of Increase
I have already recommended them to my friends and family."
"If I hire my own adjuster do I have to pay them?
"If my claim gets denied, how much does Fat Ox charge me?"
Nothing. Zero. Nada. We ONLY get paid as a small percentage of what the insurance company pays for the claim. Therefore, if we are not able to get you paid from your insurance company, then we do not get paid either.
"By the time I pay Fat Ox, will I have enough money left over for my repairs?"
"How do I file an insurance claim?"
"Are Fat Ox Adjusters as knowledgeable and experienced as the insurance company adjusters?"
"Can my Insurance Company contact me after I sign with Fat Ox?"
"What is a Public Insurance Adjuster?"
"Can Fat Ox help me with a past claim I've had?"
"What is the point of hiring a Public Adjuster?"
"Does Fat Ox also do the construction work?"
"How much does Fat Ox Charge?"
"SO, LET ME GET THIS STRAIGHT...
I have a property claim and the insurance company is going to send someone to tell how much the claim is worth? And that's the same company that will have to pay for it? Uh... I don't think so! At Fat Ox, we work for you, not the insurance company. Which means we are not trying to save the insurance company money! We make sure the value of your claim includes ALL costs and expenses to put your property completely back to pre-claim or better condition. Yes, you have to pay us, but even after our fee you will still have WAY more left over than you would have had without us!
For example: If your insurance company is offering you $60,000, would you rather have 100% of a $60,000 settlement, or 85% of a $100,000 settlement?