Any person who makes a claim for workers' compensation benefits for an alleged work-related injury or occupational disease. Claimants are either employees claiming a compensable work- related injury or occupational disease or surviving dependents of an employee killed by a compensable work-related injury or occupational disease.
Anyone who presents a claim that might be covered by insurance. For a liability insurance loss, the claimant is a person or business that has suffered a loss and seeks to collect for that loss from an insured. For a property insurance loss, the claimant is the insured who wants the insurance company to pay for repairing or replacing his or her damaged property.
The person who submits a claim. This may be the policyholder, beneficiary, or a person acting on behalf of the policyholder or beneficiary. Health insurance - the insured is the person who submits the claim form.
Any insured making a first-party claim or any person instituting a liability claim against an insured. A person who is an affiliate of the impaired insurer may not be a claimant. [Statutory reference art. 21.28-C, Sec.5
a person or an organization that brings the matter to the court, usually in regards to monies owed. Co-operative basis: the guidelines, principals, and expectations governing how co-ops in a province or territory are run. See the Provincial/Territorial Fact Sheets under Obligations for provincial/territorial specifics.
A claimant is the person who seeks relief. A claimant's representative enters demands in an attempt to settle the case. Only the claimant(s) listed on the Cybersettle case are included in any settlement that is reached unless the Case Creator and Opposition Party otherwise agree.
Anyone presenting a claim for indemnification. For a liability loss, the claimant is a person or business that has suffered a loss and seeks to collect for that loss from the HARRP member. For a property insurance loss, the claimant is the member who wants HARRP to pay for repairing or replacing the damaged property.
In a Bluetooth authorization session, one device acts as the claimant and the other the verifier. The claimant claims to be a particular device and the verifier verifies that it is. See Authentication.