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claimant,

n a person who files a claim for benefits. May be the patient or the certificate holder.
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The appellate court's July decision said the Hawaii court violated the right to due process of all unnamed claimants as well as the Marcos estate, making the US court's decision not binding.
If there is no good reason that a claimant cannot take a zero-hour contract job, they may be sanctioned for not doing so.
Foss adds that claimants who remarry after age 60, or 50 if disabled, may still be able to receive benefits based on a deceased ex-spouse's work record, but they might also receive benefits based on the work record of their current spouse - which will be larger in many cases.
Claimants will have access to eCRB via a link on the CRB website (www.
By a standard contract for works between the Defendant and a consortium comprising the Claimant and a Turkish company, the consortium was commissioned to build and construct a mall.
These various forms of evidence align claimants with Western-centric constructs of SOGI, constituting the refugee claimant as a potential citizen.
The analysts started out by asking for random samples of long-term care insurance claimant contact information from 11 insurers that are, or were, major long-term care insurance issuers.
Reluctantly accepting the claim after alienating the claimant, which leads to higher costs, or
The next step in the process is for other Claimants to sign the Settlement Support Agreement.
That same study, Obesity as a Medical Disease: Potential Implications for Workers' Compensation from the California Workers' Compensation Institute, found that average paid losses for claims involving an obese claimant were 81% higher than payments on claims involving normal-weight claimants.
Ms Haworth, the Conservatives' shadow environment minister, said claimants were now facing crippling financial pressures as bills mounted up and loans needed servicing.
Evidence" does not include oral and written communications between a claimant and his or her representative that is subject to the attorney-client privilege, unless the claimant voluntarily discloses the communication to the SSA;