one claim

one claim

As defined by the Medical Defence Union, the leading carrier for medical indemnity insurance in the UK, one claim is:
(i) all claims by one or more claimants arising from any one course of related treatment;
(ii) a claim arising from any one course of related treatment;
(iii) all claims by one or more claimants arising from the provision of clinical services to a woman or her unborn or newly born child or children;
(iv) all claims by one or more claimants arising from one alleged error or omission, or any one series of common errors (as in errors in common) or omission in the provision of clinical services.
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Even Daylight disliked the looks of Eldorado; but, still riding his hunch, he bought a half share in one claim on it for half a sack of flour.
These alone can one claim undisputed right to, nor may he accumulate more of these than are required for his actual needs.
There certainly are circumstances," said Willoughby, "which might greatly endear it to me; but this place will always have one claim of my affection, which no other can possibly share.
The states with the highest average premium increases as a result of filing one claim include:
Summary: Coordinator of the National Political Commission for Presidential Election's Monitoring (CPNSEP) Mohamed Teguia said Wednesday that his body had received only one claim since the launch of the election campaign for the presidential election of April 9.
And in high schools there was one claim for damage to a vehicle, two for stolen property and one for falling in a PE lesson.
Insurance Commissioner John Garamendi has been stumping for months to raise opposition to insurers' practice of not renewing homeowners' policies after one claim, something he calls ``use it and lose it.
The contractor's contention here was that the owner should be precluded (or "equitably estopped") from making one claim to the lender and a contrary one to the contractor.
2) It is established to resolve or satisfy one or more contested or uncontested claims that have resulted or may result from an event (or related series of events) that has occurred and that has given rise to at least one claim asserting liability .
The district court dismissed all but one claim, finding that the inmate may be been subjected to a retaliatory transfer.
Jockey Club spokesman John Maxse said yesterday there were no plans for a review of the rules which make it "an offence for any person to submit or be party to more than one claim per horse".
However, at the Insurance Department's insistence, Travelers will permit residents to file one claim, paying only one deductible for their condo and assessment claim.