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casualty

a hospital department in which victims of accidents, violence, etc., are treated
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Tellekamp is responsible for the retail admitted excess casualty space.
The Global Property and Casualty Insurance Market survey analysis offers energetic visions to conclude and study market size, market hopes, and competitive surroundings.
Sweeting joins AXIS from Vibe Syndicate 5678, where he spent more than three years as a Casualty Treaty Class Underwriter.
165 states that taxpayers can deduct nonbusiness losses that "arise from fire, storm, shipwreck, or other casualty, or from theft" to the extent they exceed $100 and 10% of adjusted gross income.
These include, on the one hand, recent legislation and revenue procedures expanding or facilitating taxpayers' ability to claim personal casualty losses but also, on the other hand, the general limitation of the deduction of personal casualty losses to those resulting from federally declared disasters, under the tax reform law known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA).
Ritman has built a boutique insurance agency specialising in property and casualty with an emphasis on professional liability insurance for attorneys.
Civilian casualty figures remain at record highs despite the unprecedented unilateral ceasefires by Government and Taliban that occurred over the three-day period 15-17 June 2018.
Insurgents account for 65 per cent of the overall casualty figures, with 42 per cent attributed to Taliban militants and ten per cent to Daesh, the UN report says.
In 2015, the equivalent of 11 out of every 10,000 cyclists in Solihull was a cycling casualty.
First and foremost, the notion of privacy should be dismissed during a mass casualty event; it results in a fundamental flaw in casualty processing times.
Objective: To review the mass casualty management at Combined Military Hospital Quetta (CMH QTA), from 2012 to 2015 and to recommend measures for enhancement of capabilities in order to handle major mass casualty events.
In its civilian casualty data for the first quarter of 2016, UNAMA has offered some shocking findings but they are nothing new in a war-torn Afghanistan.