case reserve

case re·serve

(kās rē-zĕrv')
The dollar amount stated in health care claims file that represents an estimate of the unpaid balance.
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positive case reserve development, a higher numbers of claims settling and greater clarity on these large BI claims trends.
Fitch plans to resolve the RWN closer to end-2018, when a more accurate best estimate is established for Urban Group's claims case reserve and the impact on VSK's capitalisation can be properly assessed.
The most effective processes include case reserve assessments at routine intervals, through which companies can identify and then pursue opportunities for improvement.
Case reserve adequacy assessments without an appropriate foundation and documentation supporting the evaluation and reserve opinion have little credibility and are of questionable value.
Tyche seeks to help carriers set an accurate case reserve for legal complaints, Cassady said.
"The resilience shown by the Indian economy in face of adversity at a time fiscal and monetary stimulus put in place by the Government and central bank of India, in this case Reserve Bank helped the Indian economy to weather the crisis without such intervention," Mukherjee said.
While initially setting the case reserve at the commonplace expected outcome, the ultimate payment could well be many times that amount.
Fromhold graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Case Reserve University.
Received inventory is stored in carousels for small items, shelving for larger products, case reserve, and the new mezzanine storage area.
The court also held that the individual case reserve files were protected, stating, "The individual case reserve figures reveal the mental impressions, thoughts, and conclusions of an attorney in evaluating a legal claim.
The Case Reserve module enables claims handlers to use historical data to make a case estimate based upon similar injuries to provide insurance companies with more accurate information on which to base their reserves.
First, the adjuster cannot set an accurate case reserve figure without knowing the type and cost of medical treatment, the extent of any wage loss, the permanency of the injuries, and an indication of your client's credibility and personal background.