CEIS Consultation Service
Consulting Service Type 1:
Consultation on car accident management. Most people did not experience car accidents earlier, and do not know what are the best things to do to protect their interest to earn the best they deserve. For example, they do not know how to answer questions from claiming representatives, or how to fairly estimate the property damage, or what kind of attorneys to hire. A must-do or never-do choice can make a difference of hundreds or even over thousand dollars in the final settlement. Drivers might want to think it is worthwhile to consult professionals after they calculate risk and return. Claimant Expert promises that the Clients always gain more than what they pay Claimant Expert. In most cases, 10 minutes is enough to explain the strategy and tactics clearly. The charge rate is only $30 per 10 minutes.
The most impressive case done by Claimant Expert: A California driver was hit by others, but the insurance company refused to pay her anything in more than 2 months. She turned to us for help. She paid us only $30 and we provided consultation service for 12 minutes. She followed our advice and got $3,500 settlement in 2 weeks.
Consulting Service Type 2:
Consultation on auto insurance. Many drivers do not understand the function of coverages, and what limits and deductibles to choose when buying insurance, so they might want to consult professionals to buy the best combination for their specific situation to effectively protect them. Please note that we are not selling any auto insurance. Charge for the consultation is only $15 for every 10 minutes. We charge by each 10-minutes, just because this will save clients' money, and usually 20 minutes is enough to explain everything clearly.
The Value of Consultation Service
It is hard to price the value of consultation service, so we'd like to share a classic story with our potential clients.
Steinmetz as a consultant:
Here's an interesting anecdote, probably apocryphal, as told by Charles M. Vest, President of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, during commencement on June 4th, 1999. (http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/nr/1999/vestspeech.html)
In the early years of this century, Steinmetz was brought to GE's facilities in Schenectady, New York. GE had encountered a performance problem with one of their huge electrical generators and had been absolutely unable to correct it. Steinmetz, a genius in his understanding of electromagnetic phenomena, was brought in as a consultant -- not a very common occurrence in those days, as it would be now.
Steinmetz also found the problem difficult to diagnose, but for some days he closeted himself with the generator, its engineering drawings, paper and pencil. At the end of this period, he emerged, confident that he knew how to correct the problem.
After he departed, GE's engineers found a large "X" marked with chalk on the side of the generator casing. There also was a note instructing them to cut the casing open at that location and remove so many turns of wire from the stator. The generator would then function properly.
And indeed it did.
Steinmetz was asked what his fee would be. Having no idea in the world what was appropriate, he replied with the absolutely unheard of answer that his fee was $1000.
Stunned, the GE bureaucracy then required him to submit a formally itemized invoice.
They soon received it. It included two items:
1. Marking chalk "X" on side of generator: $1.
2. Knowing where to mark chalk "X": $999.
Of course, we are sure that GE got much more than $1,000 after it paid Steinmetz, because they soon decided to hire him with very generous salary, and we all know that Steinmetz contributed a lot to GE later.
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