Consultants on Workers Comp Classification Codes,
Experience Modifiers, Payroll Audits, & More
Frequently Asked Questions
How often do you find significant
Our success ratio holds pretty steadily, year in
and year out: we find and recover significant
overcharges for between one-third and one-half
of our clients. These aren't theoretical
"savings" we're talking about, either. Year in
and year out, we produce actual refunds and
reduction for between one-third and one-half of
What kind of premium savings
are you talking about?
On average, the savings we produce for clients
amounts to about 25% of their annual Workers'
Compensation insurance premiums.
Will having AIM check our Workers'
Comp charges turn into a long and involved
process for my staff?
No. Our process is designed to minimize the time
and effort your people have to expend. We need
some documents and information, but for most
clients their time involvement is limited to a
few hours spread over time.
What if your review finds that we've
This is relatively rare--insurance companies
expend a lot of effort to catch undercharges,
but nowhere near the same level of effort to
catch overcharges. But in any event, AIM holds
in strict confidence all information a client
provides to us, and only discloses information
to insurers and rating bureaus when directed to
do so by our clients.
We haven't had any claims in recent
years, so why should we have you review our
It doesn't matter if an employer has had no
claims in recent years, or many claims--the
kinds of rating factors that AIM checks affect
all employers regardless of claims history.
What's needed to get started?
Less information and documentation than you
might think. Take a look at what's
typically needed, or call 1-800-288-9256 or
You can also listen to an extended interview with
AIM President Ed Priz that may answer other
questions about our company and our services.