2% of households experienced catastrophic
healthcare expenditures and 14.
Molecular mimicry has been proposed for the development of catastrophic
APS following infections.
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
However, responses in catastrophic
events substantially deviate from conventional emergency plans or protocols because of the size or uniqueness of the event.
Be prepared for any possible catastrophic
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.
Consequently, disruptions in the availability or affordability of property insurance seriously undermines the real estate finance industry by shifting catastrophic
property-damage risk from the insurance industry to the real estate finance industry, which has not priced such risk into its product offering, noted the MBA white paper.
2) If you lack health insurance, look for a catastrophic
policy you can afford.
Surge protectors are relatively inexpensive and offer excellent protection against catastrophic
high-voltage spikes in Normal Mode.
FEMA and DHS) take very seriously the need for catastrophic
planning in California, as well as throughout the nation,'' Chertoff wrote.
The plaintiffs had claimed that the City was subject to ordinary negligence liability standards, pointing specifically to the allegedly negligent installation of a diesel fuel tank and fuel lines needed to supply the backup generator required to insure uninterrupted power for the Command Center during catastrophic
It is possible, however, to bring best practice strategies to understanding, modeling, assessing and managing catastrophic
In this report, GAO (1) provides an overview of the insurance industry's current capacity to cover natural catastrophic
risk and discusses the impacts of the 2004 hurricanes; (2) analyzes the potential of catastrophe bonds--a type of security issued by insurers and reinsurers (companies that offer insurance to insurance companies) and sold to institutional investors--and tax-deductible reserves to enhance private-sector capacity; and (3) describes the approaches that six European countries have taken to address natural and terrorist catastrophe risk, including whether these countries permit insurers to use tax-deductible reserves for such events.
Ms Pickup specialises in catastrophic
injury, working with clients who have suffered a brain or spinal injury.
events occur, the DEC swings into action.