denied claim

de·nied claim

(dē-nīd' klām)
A statement from a third-party payer that a claim (i.e., a bill) sent for reimbursement has not been paid for some reason (e.g., clerical error, patient's lack of coverage).
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If yes, then taxpayers can still benefit up to 30 percent of the value of the denied claim. The same issue of deductibility crops up when a claim for VAT refund is not filed within the two-year prescriptive period.
If there is alleged negligence on the part of the agent or carrier, a properly denied claim can morph into an errors and omissions (E&O) claim.
PESHAWAR -- The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has denied claim of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mehmood Khan that the NAB has given him clean chit in Malam Jaba land lease allotment case.
He also denied claim with regard to involvement Pakistan's intelligence agency in shifting Mullah Omar to Karachi.
That way, if a denied claim is challenged in court, the court will review the plan administrator's denial based on whether the administrator's decision is reasonable and not on what the court would have done.
Each denied claim can then be reviewed and, if the denial appears to be inappropriate, remedial action can be taken.
The Police have denied claims they are investigating an incident of a National Thowheed Jamath (NTJ) doctor who had allegedly sterilized 4000 Sinhalese Buddhist women.
The Prime Minister's Office (PMO) today denied claims that the Malaysian Government had rewarded preacher Dr Zakir Naik with land for Dr Naik's Peace TV channel and a 'slot on Malaysia's national broadcaster'.
The governor denied claims he was using the MCAs to sack some of the executives to avoid blame.
For 1 of 60 claims that we audited (2 percent), Blue Plus did not comply with a Department of Human Services contract requirement to report denied claims for payment.
Summary: Washington DC, [USA] July 22 (ANI): Hollywood actor Anthony Anderson has denied claims of allegedly assaulting a woman.