Claimant


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Claimant

A party to an explicit or implicit contract.
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It could be argued that any type of question addressing the alleged disability, such as how the claimant spends the day, whether he or she is employed, or who is dependent upon the claimant for support, falls into this category.
Rehabilitation counselors help provide motivation, support, and resources to claimants to encourage them to make the most of their abilities.
Upon receiving support from the wider claimant group, we will seek ratification of the settlement in the Kingdom.
Indeed, the authors provide advice on just about every concern that might arise in testing a psychic claimant.
The final rules emphasize that it is the claimant's responsibility to inform the SSA or submit to it evidence relating to whether or not the claimant is blind or disabled.
The second reason to not "friend" a claimant concerns the timing of when an unrepresented claimant retains legal counsel.
The Claimant Commitment, which is deliberately set to mimic a contract of employment, makes this expectation explicit.
Whilst there may be a small minority of claimants who don't want to work and there always will be, unfortunately, it is unfair of the government to demonise the majority of claimants as 'workshy'.
LABOUR has launched a fresh attack on the Government's Universal Credit (UC) scheme after revealing that "errors" by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) have meant claimants are being excluded from official unemployment figures.
BENEFITS investigators from the Department for Work and Pensions have been bemused by bizarre excuses from Midland claimants.
People claiming Universal Credit will need to sign the Claimant Commitment, explaining how they will go about finding work or "additional or better paid work" if already in employment, to receive the benefit.
In fact, the Claimant was trained to "remove herself' from problem patients