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What does LOEL stand for?

LOEL stands for Loss of Enjoyment of Life (law)


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Unless you carry coverage, there may be no coverage to pay medical bills, to cover lost income from employment, to compensate your family member for loss of enjoyment of life, or even to replace your own car.
He is also at risk for future disease and loss of earning capacity, his complaint says, and has suffered pain, disability, loss of enjoyment of life and distress, the suit says.
to permit a party claiming very substantial damages for loss of enjoyment of life to hide behind self-set privacy controls on a website, the primary purpose of which is to enable people to share information about how they lead their social lives, risks depriving the opposite party of access to material that may be relevant to ensuring a fair trial.
How the grim numbers add up The Department for Transport breaks down the cost to society of road deaths as: Loss of payments such as national insurance contributions from employer - pounds 547,290 Medical/ ambulance - pounds 5,450 Human costs (suffering and loss of enjoyment of life endured by relatives and friends) - pounds 1,080,290 Police cost - pounds 1,660 Insurance and administration - pounds 260 Damage to property - pounds 9,830 Total = pounds 1,644,780 Opinion - Page 14 stevebagnall@dailypost.
The most common emotional injuries include * post-traumatic stress disorder--an often debilitating condition stemming from traumatic events (generally violent) where a person emotionally relives the events and is unable to function normally (1) * loss of enjoyment of life (2) * loss of consortium.
Hill, alleging that due to the time lapse between the symptoms and treatment, she suffered injuries that she would not have suffered, including but not limited to, loss of vision, loss of coordination, loss of strength, loss of limb movement, loss of balance, loss of reaction time, loss of concentration, loss of speed of thought, loss of memory, loss of awareness of space, general depression, costs of medical care, costs of rehabilitation services, costs of long-term and custodial care, loss of services, and loss of enjoyment of life.