Health / Health Insurance / Pre-Existing Conditions
Pre-Existing Conditions: A medical condition that is excluded from coverage by an insurance company, because the condition was believed to exist prior to the individual obtaining a policy from the particular insuran . . . View Full Definition
Unsafe Conditions: Hazards, such as faulty equipment or tools, improper safety procedures, failure to improperly guard equipment, etc., that result or have the potential to result in an accident or injury to another.
Visual Meteorological Conditions (VMC): Meteorological conditions expressed in terms of visibility, distance from clouds, and ceiling equal to or better than specified minima.
Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC): Meteorological conditions expressed in terms of visibility, distance from clouds, and ceiling less than minima specified for visual meteorological conditions (VMC).
Conditions Convenants and Restrictions (CC and Rs) : The standards that define how a property may be used and the protections the developer makes for the benefit of all owners in a subdivision.
Pre-Existing Condition Limitations: When an employee has a physical or mental condition that existed prior to the effective date of his or her insurance coverage, it is considered a pre-existing condition. Most plans exclude o . . . View Full Definition
Pre-Existing Condition: In group health insurance, generally a condition for which an individual received medical care during the three months immediately prior to the effective date of coverage.
Limitations: a limit on the amount of benefits paid out for a particular covered expense, as disclosed on the Certificate of Insurance.
Exclusion: Medical services that insurance companies do not pay for are called exclusions. A typical exclusion is a wartime injury or a self-inflicted wound. But coverage for certain pre-existing condi . . . View Full Definition