Three insurance salesmen were each boasting about there service.
The first one said, “Last month, when one of my insured died suddenly, I got the news within six hours.
A check was mailed to his wife the next day.” “That’s nothing,” says the second salesman.
“Last week, when one of my insured died suddenly, I got the news within forty-five minutes.
That afternoon, I hand delivered a check.” “, please,” said the third salesman.
“My office is on the twentieth floor of the building.
Yesterday, one of my insured, who was washing a window on the floor above me, slipped and fell.
I handed him his check just as he passed my office.”