catastrophic


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extremely harmful

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Catastrophic antiphospholipid syndrome presenting as dilated cardiomyopathy with bilateral branch retinal artery thrombosis.
Because catastrophic incidents are infrequent, many companies neglect to purchase adequate coverage.
He said: "Injured horses rarely showed evidence of significant pre-existing conditions, farriery work or a medication history that might be traditionally regarded as risk factors for catastrophic injury.
However, responses in catastrophic events substantially deviate from conventional emergency plans or protocols because of the size or uniqueness of the event.
The dollar costs of catastrophic wildfires are so high that we literally cannot afford to depend solely on agencies like the Forest Service to save us.
Be prepared for any possible catastrophic neck injury.
The overall purpose of the MBA white paper is to provide the information needed to develop a comprehensive understanding of the market forces shaping and influencing the catastrophic insurance market, according to MBA Vice Chairman Kieran Quinn.
Two pilot projects will help states offer a hybrid insurance plan that combines a primary and preventive health care benefit with high-deductible catastrophic coverage.
The Cardiff inquest heard there were no witnesses to Janice Mason's fatal fall, but she was taken to hospital with 'catastrophic' injuries, and she died four days later.
Lawyers & Judges Publishing (Tucson, AZ) has released "Measuring Loss in Catastrophic Injury Cases," a softbound book that addresses the loss measurement issues relevant to catastrophic injury cases.
Most electrical wiring inside any building has three wires: two wires that carry the power are called "hot" and "neutral"; and a third typically green wire which is for safety and a logic reference point called the "ground." Normal Mode power noise occurs between the hot wire and the neutral wire causing damage to power supplies, PC board blowouts and other catastrophic issues.
* Shrink your health-insurance premiums by buying high-deductible catastrophic coverage.
It is possible, however, to bring best practice strategies to understanding, modeling, assessing and managing catastrophic events.
Authorizing insurers to establish tax-deductible reserves for potential catastrophic events has been advanced as a means to enhance industry capacity, but some industry analysts feel that such reserves would lower federal tax receipts and not necessarily bring about a meaningful increase in capacity.
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