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proof,

n the establishment of a fact by evidence; to find the truth.
proof beyond a reasonable doubt,
n in criminal law, such proof as precludes every reasonable hypothesis except that which it tends to support and is wholly consistent with the defendant's guilt and inconsistent with any other rational conclusions.
proof of loss,
n the contractual right of the carrier or service corporation to request verification of services rendered (expenses incurred) by the submission of claim forms, radiographs, study models, or other diagnostic material.

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Q. Is there any proof that acupuncture would be helpful for dealing with depression? I’m working in a multinational company and I suffer from depression. I feel the side effects of the meds being prescribed by my doctor. I like to try with acupuncture. Is there any proof that acupuncture would be helpful for dealing with depression?

A. Hi, for some cases acupuncture is good but not for all. Besides therapy and acupuncture exercise helps with depression. The problem with it is that it appears to be difficult to get depressed people to start exercising. They are depressed, after all. But exercise could and should be considered alternative medicine that actually works.

Q. What kind of dogs are considered "low allergy" breeds? My son really wants a dog and I am allergic. Not severely but... Promised to look into getting a low allergy one. Appreciate any info including how to source free/low cost as money is tight.

A. Take in mind that there are also other criteria for choosing a dog. Some of them need special grooming and some aren't really great with kids, but you can check out these breeds and more at www. dogbreedfacts.com. As for myself, I have had several Bichon Frises, and they can be great with kids and other pets, and they are hardy and very, very intelligent!! They arent too big either! Good luck on your hunt!

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that the insured transmit a sworn proof of loss statement to collect on
However, Cullity J does not hold that proof of loss is not required for disgorgement in these cases because the causes of action for which waiver of tort was claimed--conversion and detinue--do not require proof of loss.
In Connecticut, claimants must start any legal actions within three years after the date when they are supposed to give the company proof of loss, rather than three after the date when the claim accrued.
Intentional injury to property requires proof of loss in order to recover for that loss.
The NCUA filed a proof of loss claim with CUMIS for nearly $73 million.
We will give notice of our intentions within 30 days after we receive the sworn proof of loss.
Within thirty days of receipt of the sworn proof of loss, the insurer must advise the insured which option it chooses.
Any customer who thinks they may have lost business can write to us, providing proof of loss of income, and we will investigate each claim individually.
Additionally, the policy may provide a time deadline for submission of a proof of loss, and the submission of a proof of loss often will initiate a time limit within which the insurer is obligated to pay the claim.
The Sixth Circuit made an analogy between the examination under oath provision of the policy and the "cooperation" clause and related clauses in the policy (such as notice and proof of loss requirements).
The court observed that Shirley worked for Stanford and that Vons had so conceded in an affidavit, its proof of loss, and the pleadings filed in the class action suits.
Except for notice of loss and intent to file a claim, little interaction is required between the business and the insurer until the proof of loss is filed.