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AAI

Abbreviation for ankle-arm index.

aural acoustic immittance

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AAI

The electrical impedance plus the admittance of the ear to sound.
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"We should not discount the creativity of the plaintiff's bar in creating new causes of action because I think it has already shown the ability to think up new kinds of claims regarding the Year 2000," says Patrick Watts, assistant vice president for regulation, tax, law and claims for the Alliance of American Insurers. But, Watts says, "There are a lot more defenses than some may have believed before they got into the cases."
He is well known nationally serving as the first chairman of the Property Casualty Insurers' Association of America and Chairman of the Alliance of American Insurers.
A resolution adopted by the National Conference of insurance Legislators' Property Casualty Insurance Committee is a positive step toward resolving the asbestos crisis facing the nation, according to the Alliance of American Insurers.
The Alliance of American Insurers reports that more than 2.3 million people were employed in the insurance industry in 2002.
The Alliance of American Insurers hailed NCOIL's passage of the model act as "a tremendous blow for civil justice reform" and said it was part of the Alliance initiative to reform the state class-action tort system.
The Alliance of American Insurers has urged the department to reconsider its position.
"Excessive punitive damages are one of the primary symptoms of the runaway litigation explosion that has developed in many parts of this country," said Ken Schloman, Washington counsel for the Alliance of American Insurers, which has expressed approval of the committee's decision to review the issue in light of the Supreme Court's opinion.
Although the law applies only to publicly traded companies, smaller insurers can expect the National Association of Insurance Commissioners to apply many of the rules to insurers regardless of whether they're traded or not, said Jim Olsen, director of financial regulation for the Alliance of American Insurers.
The Alliance of American Insurers expressed disappointment with the judge's decision, saying that it could have a chilling effect on the use of aftermarket auto parts throughout the country.
"It was hoped, based on the House vote, that the Senate would not attempt to block it," said Kirk Hansen, director of claims for the Alliance of American Insurers.
Senate where 60 votes are needed to cut off debate, said David Farmer, head of the Alliance of American Insurers' federal affairs office in Washington, D.C.

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