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casualty

a hospital department in which victims of accidents, violence, etc., are treated
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As noted above, the NOL is a product of excess business deductions (including casualty losses) in excess of nonbusiness net income.
One tent would house a casualty receiving and resuscitation area.
The FSR of A (Excellent) and ICRs of "a" have been affirmed for United Fire and Casualty Group and its following property/casualty members:
Note: Determining casualty losses can be complicated; see IRS Pub.
For example, assume a taxpayer has a personal casualty loss of $30,000 and a personal casualty gain of $50,000.
changed its name to North Pointe Casualty Insurance Co.
Members of the Continental Casualty Intercompany Pool are: Continental Casualty Company; National Fire Insurance Company of Hartford; American Casualty Company of Reading PA; Transcontinental Insurance Company; Columbia Casualty Company; Valley Forge Insurance Company; Transportation Insurance Company; CNA Casualty of California; and CNA Lloyd's of Texas.
The IRS, on the other hand, has long argued that the loss results from the failure to file an insurance claim rather than from the casualty itself.
5, the name of the company was changed to Unitrin Direct Property & Casualty Co.
The Aetna Life and Casualty Company and its subsidiaries constitute the largest shareholder-owned insurance company in the United States with $94.
The Internet event, including a slide presentation, can be accessed directly through Ohio Casualty Corporation's Website www.
Marshall Turner, President of AXIS Insurance, commented, "We are delighted that Janet has joined our organization as head of our E&S Casualty unit.