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dis·a·ble·ment

(dis-ā'bĕl-mĕnt)
The process of becoming disabled; generally thought to include biologic, functional, and social components.
See also: disability
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You'll be paid it if you receive Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit or a War Disablement Pension and you need daily care because of a disability, or if you already get Attendance Allowance.
How does a person register an accident at work for the purposes of a possible future claim for Disablement Benefit?
Disablement experts (1-4) agree that how people interpret disablement is an important element to explain how this diversity is managed.
My mother is a WWII disabled veteran and has a war disablement pension which includes the WPMS, which allows her to receive a 'free car.'.
"Lebanon is suffering today a real crisis thus, the policy of disablement should be stopped with a view to maintain the government work," Al Kadri said.
One in seven of Scotland's veterans, around 50,000 people, have reported suffering a longterm illness they attribute to their military service but only a fraction of them have claimed their disablement war pension.
Falklands veteran Jim Pritchard and former Army colleague Jake Devaney, from Rock Ferry, say they were mistakenly charged by Wirral council, despite drawing war disablement pensions.
Working with Modus, Sprint has launched a text disablement product that goes beyond the technology of many app-based solutions because it is hard wired into a device that plugs into the vehicle's on-board diagnostic port (OBDII).
The main information required in the claim application are: full address, age and occupation of the applicants, name and address of the driver of the motor vehicle if known, the owner of the motor vehicle, the insurer of the motor vehicle, relationship of each applicant with the deceased in case of death of the person, age of the deceased, monthly income of the injured person or deceased, nature of injuries sustained and disablement caused, date, time and place of accident, registration number of the motor vehicle involved, quantum of compensation claimed and basis thereof, grounds on which compensation is claimed.
To qualify for Carer's Allowance you must spend at least 35 hours a week caring for a disabled person who receives Attendance Allowance, the care component of Disability Living Allowance (highest or middle rate), or Constant Attendance Allowance (paid with either Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit or War Disablement Pension).
The number of averted non-fatal cases, including many involving life-changing disablement, could be double this figure.
To mitigate auto-related deaths, injuries and physical damages, Privilege Underwriters Reciprocal Exchange (PURE) has launched a program featuring a cell phone disablement device to prevent distracted driving in younger drivers especially.

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