casualty category

casualty category

A term used to specifically classify a casualty for reporting purposes based upon the casualty type and the casualty status. Casualty categories include killed in action, died of wounds received in action, and wounded in action. See also casualty; casualty status; casualty type; duty status - whereabouts unknown; missing.
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Within the casualty category, "faked/exaggerated injury" and "excessive treatment" posted the highest number of 2011 referrals with 17,581 and 8,485 respectively.
Global War on Terrorism--Operation Iraqi Freedom by casualty category within service: March 19, 2003 through September 5, 2009 [Internet].
Global War on Terror - Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation Enduring Freedom by Casualty Category within Service | March 19, 2003, through January 3, 2009 Army Navy Marines Air Total Force Total Wounded in Action 21,354 626 8550 404 30,934 Wounded - No Medical Air 14,215 462 6520 310 21,507 Transport Required Wounded - Medical Air 7139 164 2030 94 9427 Transport Required Total Non-Hostile Related 29,590 1220 3033 1627 35,470 Medical Air Transports Non-Hostile Injuries - Medical 7341 339 1202 400 9282 Air Transport Required Diseases/Other Medical - 22,249 881 1831 1227 26,188 Medical Air Transport Required Total Medical Air Transports 36,729 1384 5063 1721 44,897 (Hostile & Non-Hostile) Prepared for the DOD by Defense Manpower Data Center - Data, Analysis & Programs Division
In this case and for insurance purposes, the Lloyd's List has located the event under the "earthquake" casualty category of losses, and such a proximate cause of loss would likely be included with a sub-limit, in an "all risk" form of Commercial Inland Marine cover often employed at Shipyards, Port Warehouses, and Container yards.
The Progressive Corporation did best in the Property and Casualty category (and best overall), while Mercury General Corp.