Three insurance salesmen were sitting in a restaurant boasting about their companies’ speed of service.
The first said: “When one of our policyholders died suddenly on Monday, we got the news that evening and were able to process the claim for the wife so quickly that she received the cheque by Thursday morning.”
The second said: “When one of our insured died on Monday, we were able to hand-deliver a cheque to his widow the same evening.”
The third said: “That’s nothing. Our office is on the eighteenth floor. One of our insured, who was washing a window on the seventy-third floor, slipped and fell on Monday. We handed him his cheque as he passed our floor!”