Decent Starting Salary That Never Goes Up
Injury Claims Specialist (Former Employee) – Johns Creek, GA – November 30, 2018
I started with State Farm in 2012 at $37K and worked my way up to $55K in 6 years, however during that time period the minimum salary for my position shifted above my actual pay twice and it had to be bumped up. By my last year there, i was earning the same as the people I was training, not to mention all the extra work/side projects that were placed on me.
This place works you to the bone and then when you can't handle it anymore and leave, they just replace you with another person and do not attempt to keep talent in any way. Tier 2/3 level injury reps (UM coverage claims, fatalities, serious injuries, litigation claims, etc) were handling caseloads of 300+ on average. I personally had 320 when I left and the number was growing weekly. That was 320 claims with multiple injury exposures and property damage exposures per file. Likely over 1000 total exposures were being handled by one rep at any given point. I was not an outlier, i was the norm.
401K match and Penson