compensability

compensability

(kəmˌpɛnsəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
eligibility for compensation
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The AOE/COE investigation is the most effective way to empower claims associates to answer the fundamental question of compensability accurately and promptly.
Of course, any owner's expectations as to the compensability and value of those improvements must be shaped by its knowledge of Chinese real estate law.
can best be viewed in terms of reasonable, objective foreseeability," it also noted that "the question of legal compensability is one 'to be determined on the facts of each case upon mixed considerations of logic, common sense, justice, policy and precedent.
233) As shown in Table 1, this litigation or administrative adjudication is not uncommon--109 claims by claimants on the Registry were denied, and an unknown number surmounted challenges to compensability.
it is the intent of the district to contract with a workers~ compensation tpa that will coordinate all aspects of an integrated workers~ compensationprogram, to include, but not be limited to investigating and adjusting claims, arranging medical services and medical referrals, determine compensability of work related injuries and illnesses, complying with federally mandated cms reporting, establishing and maintaining a medical provider network and a light duty/return to work program for industrially injured employees, providing bill review service, medical triage, pharmacy benefit management, nurse case management, utilization review, investigative services, online loss prevention services and other appropriate ancillary and supporting programs, as needed.
2005) ("[Requiring counsel who has successfully defended a fee claim to bear the costs of that defense is no different than cutting counsel's rate or denying compensability on an earlier fee application"); In re CCT Commons, No.
The officers' collective bargaining agreement (CBA), though silent on the compensability of the 15 minute period, provided officers with the benefit of a partially-compensated mealtime and mandatory overtime pay if the mealtime was interrupted by work.
1) In 1961, Florida courts first addressed the compensability of heart attacks occurring at work in Victor Wine & Liquor, Inc.
There has been a significant amount of litigation over the compensability of carpal tunnel claims.
If you've read the ProPublica articles, you'll see there are a lot of folks who think the current workers' compensation system is inadequate--that the benefit levels are not up to par, that the compensability standards are not sufficient," Burton said.
Perhaps these discussions around options to workers' compensation can lead to discussions about Workers' Compensation reform, including employer medical control, increasing thresholds of compensability and reducing the bureaucracy of the workers' comp system.