Definitions for "Recurrent Disability"
In health insurance, a disability resulting from the same or related cause of a prior disability.
A disability which is related to or due to the same cause(s) of a prior disability for which a monthly benefit was payable. Typically, the disability must recur within 6 months after returning to work for the insured to be eligible for a resumption of benefits.
A disability that recurs or comes back again after disappearing the first time. Disability policies may not pay income benefits for a recurrent disability unless it meets the provisions of the policy.