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Vector Dynamics and The CEI Group Enter Strategic Partnership

May 3, 2005

PHILADELPHIA – Vector Dynamics, a provider of independent scientific analysis, which determines the potential for injury and probability of fraud in low-speed vehicle accidents, has entered into a strategic partnership with The CEI Group.The partnership offers driver fleets and auto insurers loss avoidance services based on scientific analysis studies to control and manage low-impact injury claims. Through the partnership, CEI, a provider of accident, risk, and safety management programs to vehicle fleets and the property and casualty insurance industry, will now offer their customers cost-saving studies regarding automobile crashes. This can help risk, fleet, and safety management personnel and insurance claims staff mitigate or eliminate losses resulting from personal injury claims through process efficiency while eliminating any duplication of effort related to accident information exchange.Hank Sadler, president and CEO of Vector Dynamics, indicated that the information provided by this service will enable users to identify potential exaggeration on claims of low-speed automobile crashes, to identify claims with the greatest probability of fraud, and to gain an understanding of the true extent of an impact by comparing crash events to everyday happenings. The data provided will also assist in rendering fair decisions when handling bodily injury claims.
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