SOURCE: AAA Public Adjusting Group, Inc.

AAA Public Adjusting Group, Inc.

July 13, 2011 16:05 ET

AAA Presents Plans for "Traveling Adjustors" in Anticipation for Expansion Nationwide; Currently Licensed in 6 States While Enjoying Reciprocity of Several Other States

HOLLYWOOD, FL--(Marketwire - Jul 13, 2011) - AAA Public Adjusting Group, Inc. (OTCQB: AAAA) (PINKSHEETS: AAAA) A company with over more than 4,000 clients and over 100 years combined experience adjusting insurance claims in southern Florida, would like to present their plans to take advantage of opportunities to enter a multi-state approach to adjusting Insurance claims. Considering the vast amount of homeowners in America and the widespread amount of unpredictable natural disasters across the United States, there are limitless possibilities for acquiring new clients should AAA begin to work across the 44 states which allow public adjusters through licensing and reciprocity. Reciprocity is a permit program which allows Insurance Adjustors to fill out a form and pay a fee to adjust claims in certain states (Georgia for example) in the event of natural disasters. Through their Florida headquarters, AAA has agents with licenses to operate in 6 states. Once operating through satellite offices and as "traveling adjustors" throughout the 6 states they hold licenses in, there are limitless possibilities for brand expansion, revenue increase, and shareholder benefits. With the existing licenses and reciprocity programs, AAA will be poised to begin work across the 44 states which allow public adjusters. Should everything go according to plan, they will be in a unique position to become the dominant force for Insurance Adjusting nationwide by 2012.

In 2011, the tornados that ravaged the southwest caused over $5 Million dollars worth of damage in one tiny Tennessee town, the Mississippi river rising caused turmoil for homeowners and business owners along its banks and across the Gulf of Mexico business owners and tourist centers are still scrambling to recover losses over a year old from the BP spill, victims of Hurricane Katrina are still waiting to go home. With widespread, random disasters such as these, AAA feels it is important to be available to clients in any and all affected areas. In 2011 the broader business plan is to acquire licensing in as many states as possible so by 2012 they can begin to adjust claims throughout the country.

CEO Chris Lombardi states "Out of our central operations in Florida we acquired 4,000 new clients from Hurricane Wilma in 2004. In the majority of these cases we were able to get the clients between five to ten times more than what their insurance companies were offering; in many cases we rebuilt entire properties. We have alleviated our clients' worries and gotten people's lives back on track after a disaster devastated them. Through our expansion plans we hope to lend our helping hand to other disaster-prone areas across the United States."

About AAA
AAA has over 100 years combined experience adjusting insurance claims in the state of Florida. They handle all aspects of the claims process including documentation, estimation, and settlement on behalf of the insured. AAA handles first-time and reopened claims sometimes rewarding the insured with ten times the original settlement. In addition to the thousands of clients they currently have, AAA has an ever expanding customer base as the millions of Floridian homeowners who have insurance may encounter a claim. In 2011 AAA has plans to expand operations and advertising efforts to boost revenues and ensure longevity in the Florida and beyond.

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