Switching to SWZ was one of the best decisions we made for our company
Ami called on our insurance for 3 years before I decided to give her a shot. Now I can’t believe I waited as long as I did since I know we spent valuable dollars which we won’t get back. I was skeptical when her team brought us the proposal which was saving us nearly $100,000 annually, but after listening to the presentation by SWZ, we knew we were dealing with a team of incredibly talented insurance professionals. Bottom line, switching to SWZ was one of the best decisions we have ever made for the future of our company.
SWZ saved us nearly 15% on our annual insurance cost
Our former agent had our insurance split between 4 to 5 different insurance companies. SWZ came in and combined all of our policies with one insurance company, provided us with important coverage which we were lacking, and saved us nearly 15% on our annual insurance costs. Now we don’t even take bids from other agencies.
We have never found any firm who can propose anything better
J.D. has handled our insurance program for nearly 20 years and that’s no small feat. We run over 100 tractors and we have never found any firm who can propose anything better or who we feel like can consistently bring the same level of knowledge to the table.
I made the switch to SWZ and have never looked back
“I am not one to switch brokers without careful consideration, and have only had 3 agencies handle my company’s insurance package in the past 20 years. After careful consideration I made the switch to Stratton, Wright & Ziemer and have never looked back. I cannot ever see making a change.”
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