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claim

an itemized statement of services and costs from a health care provider or facility submitted to the insured for payment.

claim

As defined by the MDU (Medical Defence Union), the largest carrier for medical indemnity insurance in the UK, a claim is:
(i) a demand for, or an assertion of a right to, compensation or damages; or
(ii) an intimation of an intention to seek compensation or damages.

claim

A demand for compensation Managed care A written request by an insured or assignee–eg, provider for payment of benefits covered by an insurance policy; a bill for healthcare service(s) sent by a provider to the Pt's insurance or health plan, which may review the claim for validity before paying benefits. See Aberrant claim, Electronic billing, Unassigned claim Malpractice A formal statement by a plaintiff alleging that a civil wrong has been committed by a defendant. See Cross claim.

claim

(clām)
A statement from a patient or health care provider presented to an insurance company or HMO for payment for services performed.

claim

(clām)
A statement from a patient of a health care provider presented to an insurance company or HMO for payment.
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Within 48 hour from the proclamation of martial law or suspension of the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus, the President is required to submit a report in person or in writing to Congress.
Once a practitioner determines whether the court has jurisdiction to hear the writ and issue the requested relief, she must then decide which type of writ is appropriate.
Although the Supreme Court has never definitively answered whether a state must always comply with a federal writ ad prosequendum, the Court has unequivocally established that the federal government cannot be compelled to produce a federal prisoner for state prosecution pursuant to a writ ad prosequendum issued by a state court.
This is the most expensive Writ and should only be used when you have reached a high nobility rank already such as Duke/Duchess.
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Two separate writs were said to have been lodged by the eight men.
A writ was simply a written order of a court ordering someone to do something.
The writ claims Mr Scott worked as an electrician's mate in a building with four boilers, where laggers were applying and cutting asbestos-based insulation.
After moving to Oregon the arrival of spring brought my first invitation from my friend Scott Anderson to help him serve writs of a fashion to some rats in the form of rifle fire.
The writ, which has just been made publicly available, accuses the club of playing songs including tracks Pretty Green Eyes by Ultrabeat, and I Can't Let You Go by Ian Van Dahl,at the premises at a time when it had no current PPL licence.
On the other hand, if he denied Marbury's request for a writ, it would look as if Jefferson had made him back down.