By driving along QTH at moderate speed (about 50km/h) during months of May, August, December in 2014 and 2015, we searched for ungulate by eyesight, when we found them we stopped on the road with the nearest distance between wildlife and road, then we recorded data on ungulate species, occurrence
frequency (the times that we found the ungulates), number of ungulates, milestone location and the perpendicular distance between QTH and QTR (by range finder "Onick6000", with measure furthest distance of 9999 m).
In order to understand the methodology put forth in this paper, it is important to first establish the link between failure and the occurrence
2]), and six of these occurrences
are protected while six are not: protected--four occurrences
(14, 15, 16, 17) on public lands owned by the City of San Luis Obispo, one occurrence
(13) on private property with a conservation easement to the City of San Luis Obispo, and one occurrence
(12) legally protected on private property with an open-space easement to the County of San Luis Obispo; not protected--one occurrence
(19) on a property owned by the California Army National Guard, four occurrences
(10, 18, 20, 21) on five private properties, and a "lost" occurrence
(11; precise location unknown) likely on a private property.
A central issue in the case was whether all of DuPont's liability for the product arose out of a single "occurrence
," which would mean that DuPont only had to satisfy a single SIR before it could recover under its excess policies, or whether the liabilities arose out of multiple occurrences
which would trigger multiple SIRs.
The Kentucky Farm Bureau policy limits coverage by the number of occurrences
from which the claims arose, stating that each occurrence
is limited to $500,000 and provides for an aggregate maximum of $1,000,000.
Unlike traditional occurrence
-reported forms that were first developed in Bermuda in the mid-1980s under Marsh s guidance, Marsh IO+ also includes features found in today s more widely-used occurrence
forms, including separate aggregate and unaggregated auto liability limits, expanded pollution coverage, acceptance of standard umbrella submissions, and automatic extended reporting coverage.
The term occurrence
was essentially understood to mean that "an accident had happened.
The first occurrence
of such a phenomenon was on 10-10-1010.
The court acknowledged that analysis of what constitutes an occurrence
in asbestos-related claims produced a variety of results, with some courts holding that the actual manufacture and sale of the asbestos is the occurrence
, and others stating that, regardless of the number of individuals involved, repeated exposure amounted to one occurrence
Few issues can have as dramatic an impact on an insured's coverage rights (and an insurer's duty to pay) as the determination of whether a given set of claims involve one occurrence
The complexities of spatial occurrence
of disease will represent the combination of complexities of occurrence
of the component species, as well as effects of chance events.
FASB has issued new guidance addressing the classification of options and similar instruments issued as employee compensation that allow for cash settlement upon the occurrence
of a contingent event, amending paragraphs 32 and A229 of FASB Statement No.
2005) very elegantly provided novel morphologic data showing the occurrence
of translocation of UFPs, and they also reported--for the first time--that this translocation did not occur by endocytic processes but rather by diffusion or adhesive interactions.
Under the law of your jurisdiction, you can use witness testimony, accident reconstruction, and vehicle black boxes to establish that a separate occurrence
resulted in your client's injuries.
Defense attorneys have already tried to tighten the somewhat loose definition of "occurrence
" that is so essential to the outcome of the case, arguing in the suit's opening statements that the ambiguous terminology in the policy documents which define an occurrence
have been customarily interpreted by the insurance industry to have an aggregate meaning.