Hi, All! I've learned so much from you guys from reading your posts. It seems like a lot of people on this forum are getting paid a little for a lot. But it's hard to determine whether anyone is actually being "ripped off" without knowing what the insurers are paying the companies for these inspections. So, I'll ask the question: What do insurers pay for CGL Commercial site inspections, assuming interior/exterior, photos and commentary on hazards via loss control 360? Knowing this data will give us a better idea of whether the low pay is due to overhead and low contract price or whether the profit margin for the company is just huge. I'm just wondering if there is a better way to structure a company so that inspectors might earn more per inspection.

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