Casualty


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Casualty

The complete or partial destruction of property resulting from an identifiable event of a sudden, unexpected, or unusual nature.
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If you are involved in the Global Property and Casualty Insurance industry or aim to be, then this study will provide you inclusive point of view.
Edwards joins Verus with over 20 years of experience in the property/casualty insurance industry, and most recently served as a senior vice president and casualty practice leader of U.S.
The third, other losses, are called "personal" casualty or theft losses.
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However, the survival of a casualty is more important than modesty.
The gunshot wounds and Improved Explosive Device (IED) blasts were on the top (53.5%) as a cause of mass casualty followed by road traffic accidents (37.5%).
primary casualty operation based on his expertise, strong relationships, and thorough understanding of the market," Cohen said in a statement.
Performance improvement initiatives and implementation of lifesaving interventions during prehospital helicopter transport have also benefitted from the availability of adequate data, particularly inflight casualty care data.
Or is his case an example of how officials use their definition of a storm casualty to keep the province's zero casualty record untainted?
Motorway casualty rates are at their highest in south-east England, according to official statistics.
Willis North America, a unit of Willis Group Holdings pic (NYSE: WSH), the global risk advisor and insurance and reinsurance broker, announced the appointment of Joe Peiser as Head of Casualty Broking.