The Quote Response

After a successful request, the API response will include a set of quotes to be polled.

200 Response Body

A successful POST request to /quotes will result in this response.

{
    "company_id": "<COMPANY_ID>",
    "quotes": [
        {
            "aggregate_limit": 100000,
            "aggregate_retention": 2500,
            "per_claim_limit": 2500,
            "quote_identifier": "<QUOTE_ID_STRING>"
        },
        {
            "aggregate_limit": 200000,
            "aggregate_retention": 5000,
            "per_claim_limit": 5000,
            "quote_identifier": "<QUOTE_ID_STRING>"
        },
        {
            "aggregate_limit": 300000,
            "aggregate_retention": 5000,
            "per_claim_limit": 5000,
            "quote_identifier": "<QUOTE_ID_STRING>"
        }
    ]
}

Utilizing the Company ID

Our 5 digit company_id can be used by your broker to access their quotes via our Broker Platform.

After logging in with your broker's account, you can append thecompany_id in our API response to our Broker Platform link:

  • Production https://keeprisk.at-bay.com/company/{company_id}
  • Demo https://keeprisk-demo.at-bay.com/company/{company_id}

Breaking Down Each Field in the Quotes Array

This array has a one to one relationship for each option in the quotes list of your API request.

aggregate_retention: The API will return the lowest aggregate retention equal to or above the retention requested. So, if the request was for 2500, you may receive 5000 or 10000 depending on the parameters of the quote.

per_claim_limit: If no value is submitted, it will usually match the aggregate limit by default.


What’s Next

Check out our guide to utilizing Quote Id's here:

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